[nos-bbs] trouble with telnet

Brian n1uro at n1uro.ampr.org
Wed Oct 29 19:45:40 EDT 2014


Try adding 23 at the end of the telnet string:
ie: telnet nos.ve1abc.ampr.org 23

See if that makes any difference. With the older MSYS and the likes,
this is a requirement for telnet connects. May not work, but can't hurt.

On Wed, 2014-10-29 at 06:50 -0400, Don Moore wrote:
> I've noticed lately in some of the newer compiles that when a remote
> jnos system telnets to a station hanging off an RF port here that a DM
> is received and it does not matter from which end the telnet is
> attempted.  I've tried several stations and in every case it's the
> newer compile that has the problem, but not all of them do.  There is
> a delay factor to observe here because the station off the RF port is
> via a digi which really hasn't slowed it's connection down any more
> than normal on RF.  

If Microsoft intended Windows to be for ham usage,
they would have incorporated our protocols into their kernel.

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