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As a temporally agnostic network client, WormSurf is compliant with all Bancroft-style bridges, as well as their Liam derivatives and - for synchronous operations only - Willis. Furthermore, G-type (pseudobridge) and G2-type (intrabridge) bounding support is available via nativized extensions. Pontix purge/un-purge twins are considered "bridges" for WormSurf's purposes as well.

In practice, therefore, ~98% of all known wormbridge nodes are supported, as follows:

  • Centix northsky bridges (Centix-3, -4, -21, -29, and -45 and associated sidebanders)

  • Centix eastway (F-type only) bridges, primarily the Centix-9 and Centix-10 intragroups

  • All Fairchild-A bridges (many which favor or require Pontix relays)

  • BSAT series-MQ pseudobridges, i.e. virtually all BSAT-3 and BSAT-11 blocations (note that each bloc is identified by and IPv5 address, unlike the more typical bay/b-slot presponder scheme)

  • All ISM-G's (similar to the BSAT series-M's, IPv5 blocators are used); many of these are secure (BRTPS) only

  • All available STellA intranodals. Note that these STA-certified nodes are not typically visible from NHEM nightskies, making them ideal for inexpensive relay operations but not (usually) real-time TX/RX.


Bancroft-Pontix precursor corridors, when intercapabilitized with BSAT or ISM-G spanners or exospanners, are available to WormSurf clients as well (crucially, NHEM-East endoduction is accomplished via these MP nodes).

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