RE: How BPQ CMS Access works - was RE: [BPQ32] Obselete gateway
- I believe that is correct, yes,73, John
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of PE1RDW
Sent: 25 July 2013 11:32
Subject: Re: How BPQ CMS Access works - was RE: [BPQ32] Obselete gatewayThis means that when always pulling WL2K for users trough the BBS you do not need to request a gateway status? that would make setting up a hub for a local group faster as you would not need to wait for the WDT to aprove your gateway status and run the risk of being rejected for whatever reason.
73 Andre PE1RDW
- Thanks John,
That is what I thought I understood.
I already set CMSCALL & Pass when 6.0.2 came out. Having had that set I thought everything was going to work. Since posting the original message everything for my call works whether Sysop or Client through BBS or direct to RMS telnet.
However I still have one client that connects straight to RMS node that is still getting the error. I will have to work with him to see what he has setup that may be causing the error. Not sure what program he is using either.
Again thanks for the clarification.
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "John Wiseman" <john.wiseman@...> wrote:
> Dave, (and everyone using BPQ Telnet to access thr CMS system)
> This is my understanding of how the WL2K system works - I have copied this
> message to Lee and Lor of the WL2K team, and would appreciate if they would
> correct any misunderstandings.
> The WL2K system recognises two types of stations - clients and gateways.
> Until recently access for both was the same. They now require gateway
> systems to have a password, AND authorisation from them to be a gateway. Any
> station can still be a client.
> BPQ32 can be either a client or a gateway. When BPQMail (or the sysop on a
> console) connects, it behaves as a client. When a station connects to a CMS
> via you, it acts as a gateway.
> BPQ32 (from Version 22.214.171.124) supports the new secure signon, BUT ONLY IF
> CONFIGURED TO DO SO. You must add CMSCALL and CMSPASS to your Telnet config
> - see
> The WL2K software reports "*** Obsolete gateway detected - please notify
> sysop - Disconnecting " if a BPQ System tries to be a gateway without
> CMSCALL and CMSPASS being configured - IT DOES NOT NECESSARILY mean you are
> not running the required version.
> If you define CMSCALL and CMSPASS, the BPQ software will try to do all
> connects as a gateway, which will fail if the station is not Authorised to
> be a gateway. So if you only need Client access (ie for BPQMAIL, but not for
> stations connecting to you), and you don't meet the WL2K requirements to be
> a Gateway, you are better off omitting the CMSCALL/CMSPASS.
> If you want to be a gateway (in practice this means having any WL2KREPORT
> lines in your config, which enable reporting to the WL2K frequency/mode
> database), you must include CMSCALL/CMSPASS, and be Authorised by the WL2K
> 73, John
> From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
> Sent: 24 July 2013 23:07
> To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [BPQ32] Obselete gateway
> Well as well all have seen from the email this morning they changed the CMS.
> well when email sent from BPQ32 BBS works fine however if you (I) created a
> RMS Gateway node from within the program and you connect DRHRMS it complains
> of outdated gateway. are there two different gateways. from within BBS C RMS
> and connect DRHRMS should be the same gateway. Poll of RMS for my messages
> works and log supports
> 21:57:14 10 K9IJ Connected to CMS
> 21:57:14 10 Callsign :
> 21:57:14 10 K9IJ
> 21:57:14 10 Password :
> 21:57:14 10 CMSTELNET K9DRH-10 145610000 1
> 21:57:14 10 *** Obsolete gateway detected - please notify sysop -
> Disconnecting (126.96.36.199)<cr>
> 21:57:25 10 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 0 Bytes Received 82 Time 11 Seconds
> 22:03:27 10 K9DRH Connected to CMS
> 22:03:28 10 Callsign :
> 22:03:28 10 K9DRH
> 22:03:28 10 Password :
> 22:03:28 10 CMSTELNET
> 22:03:28 10 [WL2K-188.8.131.52-B2FWIHJM$]<cr>
> 22:03:29 10 ;PQ: 89911734<cr>
> 22:03:29 10 Wien CMS ><cr>
> 22:03:29 10 ;FW: K9DRH RMS<cr>
> 22:03:29 10 [BPQ-184.108.40.206-B2FIHJM$]<cr>
> 22:03:29 10 FF<cr>
> 22:03:30 10 FQ<cr>
> 22:03:30 10 Disconnected. Bytes Sent = 42 Bytes Received 53 Time 3 Seconds
> Any ideas guys?
> Dave K9DRH