One of the common debates of the day concerns the so called "internet" spots. These are spots posted in countries far away from the host country and therefore their validity is questioned by users. CLX has a filter to deal with this. The sysop can set up a filter by specifying a series of WAZ zones in the system configuration. The user can then switch this filter on and off at will. It is also possible for the sysop to use this filter on outgoing node links to prevent these spots propagating onto the network.
To check what WAZ zones have been allocated to the filter you use the command SHOW/DXDEDX. You can then switch on the filter by using SET/DXDEDX and switch it off again with SET/NODXDEDX.
This command will stay set until you switch it off manually no matter how often you log in and out of the cluster.