Welcome to the AMPRNet Wiki.
44Net is shorthand for Internet network 44 (126.96.36.199/9 & 188.8.131.52/10), also known as AMPRNet. Since its allocation to amateur radio in the mid-1980s, the network has been used by amateur radio operators to conduct scientific research and to experiment with digital communications over radio. The goals are to of advance the state of the art of Amateur Radio networking, and to educate amateur radio operators in these techniques.
To request an assignment of IPv4 addresses see below.
- Quickstart guide for getting onto the 44Net
- Basic information about 44Net and the ampr.org domain
- Services available on 44Net
- If you are looking to get an IP assignment from ARDC please read the Portal page.
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) FAQ
- Getting started with Linux and packet radio
- Networks that use 44Net
How to connect to the 44Net
- Instructions for setting up a Linux gateway
- Instructions for setting up a gateway on MikroTik Routers.
- Instructions for setting up an OpenBSD gateway
- Instructions for setting up a gateway on Cisco Routers.
- Instructions for setting up a gateway on OpenWRT.
- Instructions for setting up a gateway on Ubiquiti EdgeRouter.
- Instructions for setting up a gateway on a VyOS instance.
- Instructions for Installing ampr-ripd on a Ubiquiti EdgeRouter or EdgeRouter X.
- Instructions for directly announcing your assignment via your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
- Instructions for Accessing 44Net via VPN (experimental).
- Why can't I just route my AMPRNet allocation directly myself ?
- If you already operate a gateway please ensure you have registered on the portal and "claimed" your gateway.
- After your gateway is operational, consider Firewalls and other best practices
We are now on Groups.io Please consider joining https://ardc.groups.io/g/44net
To keep up-to-date on AMPRNet information please consider joining the 44Net mailing list.
If you wish to contribute to the wiki, please send an email to wiki (at) ampr.org introducing yourself. Please specify your full name and your amateur radio callsign. A login will then be created for you.
Terms of Service
Use of AMPRNet address space is governed by these Terms of Service
Other useful features
- Instruction on using the ampr-map position reporting