Limping Ninja wrote to All <=-
I currently use NetSerial, but recently was looking at Net2BBS and
NetFoss as an entry point to my board, mainly due to the really nice IP filtering setup and detection for portscans.
When using NetFoss by itself from the command prompt it fails silently,
I believe this is because it is attempting to use the DLL in the
When I get a telnet, Net2BBS picks it up, shells appropriately to the NF.BAT and then I get the following:
Net2BBS is Resolving your IP Address... BBSName
NetFoss - Revision 5 FOSSIL - Com Eng v1.25 - (c) 2001-2021 pcmicro.com
In shell (Netcom loads and says): NetFoss not found
Same as above
BBS loads but cannot init the modem. I am running KBBS and I can choose Standard COM 1-4, Non-standard port (ADDR/IRQ required), Standard
FOSSIL driver, and some OS/2 and digiboard options. I chose FOSSIL and
the node 1 has FOSSIL:0, and the nodes go consecutively up.
setting it the software says 0=COM1, 1=COM2 -- but from what I
understood from the doc it shouldn't matter.
Is there something special I need to be doing here?
|Location:||Riverside County, California|
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