Re: [BPQ32] pirate user ?? locking out ??
- thanks for that... i got itsorted out .its not some thing i wanted to have to do but i a m fairly sure its a pirateso thanks for info73 mark----- Original Message -----From: John WisemanSent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 9:52 AMSubject: RE: [BPQ32] pirate user ?? locking out ??Mark,The line goes in the ROUTES: section of bpqcfg.txt. What you are actually doing is saying that the user is a node, but the link is so poor that you don't want to use it. The node doesn't support the idea of a "Lockout" list, but this is a way round it if it is essential to exclude a callsign.73,John-----Original Message-----
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups. com [mailto:BPQ32@ yahoogroups. com]On Behalf Of mark
Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 08:17
To: BPQ32@yahoogroups. com
Subject: Re: [BPQ32] pirate user ?? locking out ??hello and thanks for reply...so where abouts in bpqcfg.txt do i put those commands? is it in the "network system parameters"would i putG0MDV,0,2as he only uses the 2m port?is that all i need to do ?thanksde g0mdv mark----- Original Message -----From: CT2HKY do GmailSent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 12:38 AMSubject: Re: [BPQ32] pirate user ?? locking out ??Hi.If you query blocker or lock on user (ex. CT2HKY) use in BPQCFG.TXT at end of text, one this line:CT2HKY,0,1 were 1 it's port number and other 0 it close option port. Tou have one line for port 1 and other for port 2 and other for port 3.My configuration It's:NOCALL,0,1NOCALL,0,2NOCALL,0,3because my BBS have 3 port.Good packet radio comunication.Sorry for my bad english.----- Original Message -----From: markSent: Monday, November 06, 2006 9:18 PMSubject: [BPQ32] pirate user ?? locking out ??
hi all i run bpq32 with a 2m port and 70cms port and an ax/ip link
its main use is for links to dxcluster
now i think one new local user is pirating a call !!
is ther any way to lock this user out !!in the software
or is that only possible by using the budlist or suplist tnc
thanks de g1fnp
- Hi Mark and the group.
I am no pirate,I really do exist and still use radio (via GB7SK-2 and
GB7BG-2) for accessing GB7MAX. I have no option radio-wise since GB7CB
Unfortunately your "solution" didn't stop me accessing port 1 via the net.
I felt compelled to write to the group as anyone typing a routes request
at the G0MDV node would know exactly who was being referred to.
> 1 GB7YDX-1 194 11!1 N5IN-3 194 45!
> 1 GB7YB 194 28!1 GB7CB 194 0!
1 GB7YDX 194 0!
> 1 G1NNB 194 36!2 GM7LUN-14 0 0!
2 GM7LUN-15 0 0!