- John, since LinBPQ 18.104.22.168, I can t monitor for long periods of time like I used to, using BPQTermTCP . LinBPQ now also times out when I m in Node mode, asMessage 1 of 3 , Jun 16, 2013View Source
John, since LinBPQ 22.214.171.124, I can’t monitor for long periods of time like I used to, using BPQTermTCP … LinBPQ now also times out when I’m in Node mode, as well as when I’m in BBS mode …
73, Dick ZS6RO
I use tail -f on the Log_BBS file to monitor the BBS. I added the "Latest" symlink to make this easier to automate.
You can monitor all the Node traffic using BPQTermTCP.
Hi John, All,
I may have asked this before but here goes again.
One thing that would be very very usefull in Linbpq BBS and in fact the
node as well would be a means in which to monitor the connection etc
from the BBS.
When the BBS is doing an outbound connect to another station, it is very
hard to try and see what the BBS is doing, you have no real idea if it
is going correctly or not ?
Possible ?, not possible ?
Regards ..... Peter