Sort post answer here Bob
How are you configuring Binkley to handle outbound
telnet fido calls? I never have taken the time to
work through what I need for special "phone" number
subsitutions to get that to work. [I also have
Binkley handling my POTS line....]
for convenience .. in the QNODE.CFG file .. sorta
exmples. If this is going to go ballistic to Bink,
let's move it there. In that the same concept could be
handled by other than BINK, though, it's not quite
inappropriate to pass it here so ..
You can hard code dedicated IP numbers as follows ..
PHONE 1:3##/#### 1-555.55.555.55
PHONE 2:2##/### 1-444.444.44.444
That's no worse than any other hard coded address. As
well, you can bind all the IP address stuff into a .PVT
file tied to your net segment if needed. Either method
will work with the below.
Some of the NodeList stuff carries a convention of
000.# to designate an IP address situation. It can be
translated like this:
; The following set up local calls from College Station
000.0 0 50
000.1 1 50
000.2 2 50
000.3 3 50
000.4 4 50
000.5 1 50
000.6 6 50
000.7 7 50
000.8 8 50
000.9 9 50
' The dedicated numbers from up above can then be auto
handled by, as well as what is by 'convention' in the
NodeList by translation below:
1-184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 50
1-18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 50
1-208-180-150-187 126.96.36.199 50
Note the 'cost' figure. What you do next is to
differentiate whether a given task can or cannot handle
'LD' calls according to cost in the .EVT file. If it
is above a certain task, only that tast, dedicated to
IP use is used. Thus that task ONLY handles IP
connections. All costs below it are POTS calls,
reserved for another task. In that case, 'LD' calls
are blocked to the IP task. Your call as to the
figmentary 'cost' that directs the task switch.
Been working solid without a glitch for many many
months now here. If you play this out, you can FREQ me
via TELNET for 'FILES' or whatever for tests!
If you want more thought, let's move this to BINKLEY or
OS2BBS or someplace or netmail, whatever...
I don't have BINKP or BINKD at work here as of yet.
Milke @ 1:117/3001
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