OpenBCM V1.06 (Linux)

Packet Radio Mailbox

ED1ZAC

[C.D.G. OpenBCM]

 Login: GUEST





  

::::::::::::
:: TELNET ::
::::::::::::
BCM offers a telnet login via TCP/IP.

You can reach BBS via telnet from command line if route to <boxcall> is set:
$ > telnet <boxcall> 4719
<boxcall> may be also "localhost".

It doesn't make sense to use telnet via air, but if you are using BCM
with wired lan this is the best possiblity to reach BBS.
The portnumber of the telnet server can be set with TELNET_PORT command,
default value is 4719. You can also setup portnumber with command line
parameter "bcm -t [port]".

Example:
$ > telnet server 4719
Trying 172.16.1.1...
Connected to server.local.net.
Escape character is '^]'.

BayCom-Mailbox V1.40 (Linux)
DG9MHZ login:
dg9mhz password:

BayCom-Mailbox V1.40 (Linux) - Silly Valley - 01:10
Servus Deti, Helplevel=0, Zeilen=0, letzter Login 24.07.97 12:12
Inhaltsverzeichnis fuer DG9MHZ @DG9MHZ:
1296) DG9MHZ 24.07.97 11:03 13 #999 @DG9MHZ BayBox Demo
(12:13 DG9MHZ)-->


If you have to use a password is caused by following:

"rhosts.bcm" - all trusted hosts are saved in this file; if there
is a telnet connect from one of these computers, no password is asked.
After login the user has sysop status and can use "connect" command!
Be careful!
All other logins have to use TTY password (see HELP ALTER TTY) set by sysop.
After login the user has no sysop status.

See also HELP TELNET FORWARD and HELP TELNET_PORT

 18.06.2018 07:38:35lGo Back Go up