I am trying a little experiment, just for fun.. Since Mystic BBS can Telnet out to other places, I was trying to have my main BBS computer connect by Telnet to a second computer, also running Mystic.
But then I realized that I have to set up port forwarding to this second computer, but how can I do that when I already have the port forwarded
to my main computer? I think there would be a conflict there.
Is there any other way to have sort of a local BBS network, with 2 or
more all communicating with each other? again, I am just experimenting but I think it would be fun to do.
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But then I realized that I have to set up port forwarding to this
second computer, but how can I do that when I already have the port forwarded to my main computer? I think there would be a conflict there.
I assume both computers would be on the same local network. If that's the case, you would just need to reference the ip address and port number like: 192.168.1.10:23 to reach the second computer. I've done this
You will either need:
1 - different IP for that 2nd install
2 - different PORT for that 2nd install (the easiest)
You can also play around with rLogin or SSH pass as well!
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