Getting access to the EMDR network¶
In order to get access to the EMDR network, you will merely need to connect to a relay. For your convenience, we have listed the relays below that have available capacity. If you’d like to verify the health of a relay before using it, check out our EMDR monitor.
|tcp://relay-us-west-1.eve-emdr.com:8050||Cogent||Sacramento, CA||Open||West coast US realy. Volunteered by Yann of EVE Central.|
|tcp://relay-us-central-1.eve-emdr.com:8050||Ubuquity Hosting||Chicago, IL||Open||Central US relay. Volunteered by udsaxman.|
|tcp://relay-eu-germany-1.eve-emdr.com:8050||Hetzner||Germany||Open||German relay. Volunteered by FuzzySteve.|
|tcp://relay-eu-germany-2.eve-emdr.com:8050||Hetzner||Germany||Open||German relay. Volunteered by Agedon Group, Inc.|
|tcp://relay-eu-germany-3.eve-emdr.com:8050||Intergenia||Germany||Open||German relay. Volunteered by EVE-HQ.com.|
|tcp://relay-eu-germany-4.eve-emdr.com:8050||Hetzner||Germany||Open||German relay. Volunteered by Karbowiak.|
|tcp://relay-eu-denmark-1.eve-emdr.com:8050||ComX||Denmark||Open||Volunteered by Karbowiak.|
Once you have chosen a relay, simply adapt the sample in Connecting to the EMDR network to use the hostname/port of the relay of your choice.
If reliability is a concern, you’ll want to connect to multiple relays and handle the duplicate messages. This will keep you running even if one of the relays you’re using dies.
Some relays, marked as Restricted, require that you request access to use them. You will need to get in touch with the relay via the contact info listed to work it out with the admin.