• Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet

    From Hawkeye@1:103/705 to Digital Man on Tue Dec 24 14:57:12 2019
    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Digital Man to Hawkeye on Mon Dec 02 2019 10:00:22

    The log I saw you posted here showed you receiving 2 files via BINKP, neither of which was a packet.
    Do you have log entries which show you receiving a packet (*.pkt file)? Have you looked for that/those files on your file system?

    I searched for .PKT and I found several.

    directories c:\binkd\inbound and c:\sbbs\temp

    Thanks.
    HAWKEYE

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  • From Hawkeye@1:103/705 to Digital Man on Tue Dec 24 14:59:24 2019
    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Digital Man to Michiel van der Vlist on Mon Dec 02 2019 13:21:39

    (421) + 14:34 [1920] sent: \FIDO\OUTBOUND\db9911a0.pkt (421, 421.00
    Thanks. I guess at least he could look for the existence of that particular .pkt filename on his file system, unless packet filenames are renamed in-flight. I don't recall if they are.

    I find this file in c:\binkd\inbound it's still there. 421 bytes
    HAWKEYE

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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Hawkeye on Tue Dec 24 12:57:39 2019
    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Tue Dec 24 2019 02:57 pm

    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Digital Man to Hawkeye on Mon Dec 02 2019 10:00:22

    The log I saw you posted here showed you receiving 2 files via BINKP, neither of which was a packet.
    Do you have log entries which show you receiving a packet (*.pkt file)? Have you looked for that/those files on your file system?

    I searched for .PKT and I found several.

    directories c:\binkd\inbound and c:\sbbs\temp

    Is "c:\binkd\inbound" listed in your sbbsecho.ini file?

    digital man

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  • From Hawkeye@1:103/705 to Digital Man on Sat Jan 18 19:01:16 2020
    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Tue Dec 24 2019 02:57 pm

    Is "c:\binkd\inbound" listed in your sbbsecho.ini file?

    Yes I checked :
    Inbound = c:\binkd\inbound\
    Outbound = c:\binkd\outbound\
    SecureInbound = c:\sbbs\fido\inbound

    Or should I change that SecureInboud to c:\binkd\inbound\ ?

    Thanks in advance

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  • From Rampage@1:103/705 to Hawkeye on Sat Jan 18 15:23:14 2020
    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Sat Jan 18 2020 19:01:16


    Is "c:\binkd\inbound" listed in your sbbsecho.ini file?

    Yes I checked :
    Inbound = c:\binkd\inbound\
    Outbound = c:\binkd\outbound\
    SecureInbound = c:\sbbs\fido\inbound

    Or should I change that SecureInboud to c:\binkd\inbound\ ?

    do not make secure and unsecure inbounds the same...

    are your binkd inbounds specified the same as the above sbbsecho ones?


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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Hawkeye on Sat Jan 18 22:10:20 2020
    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Sat Jan 18 2020 07:01 pm

    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Tue Dec 24 2019 02:57 pm

    Is "c:\binkd\inbound" listed in your sbbsecho.ini file?

    Yes I checked :
    Inbound = c:\binkd\inbound\
    Outbound = c:\binkd\outbound\
    SecureInbound = c:\sbbs\fido\inbound

    Or should I change that SecureInboud to c:\binkd\inbound\ ?

    Your secure and non-secure inbound directories should not be the *same* directory.

    digital man

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  • From Hawkeye@1:103/705 to Digital Man on Mon Jan 20 18:16:16 2020
    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Sat Jan 18 2020 07:01 pm

    Your secure and non-secure inbound directories should not be the *same* directory.


    They are not the same... so I don't get the answer...

    Inbound = c:\binkd\inbound\
    SecureInbound = c:\sbbs\fido\inbound

    What should I do now?

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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Hawkeye on Mon Jan 20 14:42:43 2020
    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Mon Jan 20 2020 06:16 pm

    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Sat Jan 18 2020 07:01 pm

    Your secure and non-secure inbound directories should not be the *same* directory.


    They are not the same... so I don't get the answer...

    Inbound = c:\binkd\inbound\
    SecureInbound = c:\sbbs\fido\inbound

    What should I do now?

    So searching back through the thread, you earlier stated tihs:

    I searched for .PKT and I found several.

    directories c:\binkd\inbound and c:\sbbs\temp

    That means that you're receiving .pkt files in your non-secure inbound directory. Is this what you're expecting? Normally, only netmail packets from nodes that you don't have a formal relationship should be received into your non-secure inbound directory. Other packets (including all echomail) should be received in your secure inbound directory.

    digital man

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  • From Hawkeye@1:103/705 to Digital Man on Fri Mar 13 22:03:51 2020
    I followed the youtube tutorial and I now received the test netmail !!!! So I'm in the right track. Thanks everyone


    Re: Help with SynchroNet BBS and fidonet
    By: Hawkeye to Digital Man on Mon Jan 20 2020 06:16 pm

    So searching back through the thread, you earlier stated tihs:

    That means that you're receiving .pkt files in your non-secure inbound directory. Is this what you're expecting? Normally, only netmail packets from nodes that you don't have a formal relationship should be received into your non-secure inbound directory. Other packets (including all echomail) should be received in your secure inbound directory.

    digital man

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    The second ever Synchronet BBS was the Mid-Nite Hacker BBS (sysop: The Zapper). Norco, CA WX: 58.9�F, 69.0% humidity, 8 mph ENE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs

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    HAWKEYE

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