Mike, that is not the problem here.
my BPQMail BBS works well when we transfer bulls etc from the BPQMail machine [vk2dot] & the Linux/XFbb [vk2dot-1] & reverse via XRouter & RS232 port connections: And if we use the Linux/Node instead of XRouter with connection to the other Linux/XFbb PC from BPQMail via another RS232 connection, it works well.
if we connect to the XRouter or Linux/Node via a rs232 port, then
telnet from those machines via aliases - then we have the protocol error. Even to my Linux/XFbb [vk2dot-2]
Unfortunately we connect with Fbb remote machines where we have setup on our XFbb a N of 0, 4 & nil. It happens on all of them when doing it from BPQMail, using telnet to the other machines. the connecton performs seamlessly but if transferring bulls - then we have the protocol error.
It is 4:10am, should go to bed.
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "Mike Melnik" <mmelnik1@...> wrote:
> I never had the opportunity to work from my end with
> Linux FBB but I have forwarded from WFBB 7.00E & I to
> Linux version of FBB, I see you have FBBC with Resume enabled
> Try UN checking FBBC W/Resume, I have included a PNG the way I
> Recommend forwarding protocol to be set by experience, the following
> Should be only checked:
> FBB Forwarding
> FBB Compressed Forwarding
> X-Protocol Forwarding
> DO-Not use Check Sum with X-Protocol (Very Important)
> MBL/RLI message Header
> H-address field not limited to 6 characters
> (this only affects the way the BID is shown in the header)
> Now the one Linux FBB system I use to Telnet with from my WFBB 7.00I
> I had to leave out the N Statement ea. N 0, N 2, N 15 in the forwarding
> File for that Linux Station, if not I received the same error, I have to
> Believe there was an error in setting for the Linux station causing this.
> Last I have seen from time to time a problem in the message/bulletin header
> Cause the same error, but usually the Protocol Error - Line should start
> 'F' is caused by the DO-Not use Check Sum with X-Protocol not being checked
> even though FBB or FBBC is being used and not X-Protocol (X-Option).
> I am not sure John G8BPQ had the opportunity to try BPQ-BBS with Linux
> Of FBB, Please let us know how you turn out or if more help is needed.
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