[nos-bbs] soundcard modem software - can any of them connect out ?

Bill Vodall wa7nwp at gmail.com
Tue Jul 25 12:24:14 EDT 2017

SSH with reverse port forwarding?  Or are you looking for a packet program
rather than an IP network service?


On Jul 25, 2017 9:05 AM, "Maiko Langelaar" <maiko at pcs.mb.ca> wrote:

> Good day,
> It would be very VERY usefull if I could actually connect from (say
> Multipsk)
> to my JNOS server instead of the other way around. The standard practice
> up till now has been for JNOS to initiate a connect to a listener running
> on
> the Winmor or Multipsk or whatever software.
> But since my JNOS is now running on a VM somewhere out in the internet
> world, connecting to a listener on my home PC is 'practically' not
> possible.
> I would like to keep a packet port in operation at my home location, it
> would
> be nice if the soundcard modem software could initiate outgoing connects
> to my JNOS server and then I could use the software like I normally do.
> Hopefully I'm being clear to what I'm trying to accomplish here.
> Anyone know if any of the soundcard modem software can do this ? I'm
> guessing no at this time, but it doesn't hurt to ask.
> IF not, perhaps a new feature (depending how difficult it would be for
> the authors to implement) ? This is just an idea, no expectations :)
> Maiko
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