TELNET interface.

(Only for WinFBB and LinFBB)

The contents of this file is:
Info about Telnet interface
Example of PORT.SYS for LinFBB
Example of PORT.SYS for WinFBB
Example of FORWARD.SYS


Info about Telnet interface

Telnet is a communication tool like a terminal, but using TCP-IP. That is
you can use it on a network like the web. You MUST validate your local 
echo first.

It´s possible to use Telnet with LinFBB and WinFBB
to be used in User contacts or in Forward contacts.

The address to use may be 189C (189C hex = 6300 decimal).

But, it´s also possible to define another port address,
for example if you want Telnet access to LinFBB on port 23,
(port 23 is standard for Telnet, but 23 is also used by inetd in Linux!)
then change the ´address´ of COM2 to 17 (hex 17 = 23 decimalt)

Tip:
You may put the R letter (Read only default access) which gives a read-only
if the user is unknown or not authorized for Modem/Telnet (M Flag in EU command).


Example of PORT.SYS for LinFBB

Standard PORT.SYS with 1 TNC (COM1) with WA8DED-hostmode,
4 channels, 1 channel for outgoing forward,
and one Telnet interface listening on port 6300,
8 channels, 1 channel for outgoing forward.

# FBB7.00
# File for programming of channels and TNCs.
#
# Ports : How many ports (COM1, COM2, Etc...)
# TNCs : How many TNCs and modems in use. With multiplexer
# there can be up to 4 TNCs per port.
#
#Ports TNCs
2      2
#
#In WinFBB ONLY THESE interfaces are available:
# Interface : 2 = BPQ-node (BPQ in AA4RE-mode)
#             4 = DRSI
#             5 = TFPCR/TFPCX interface.  Interrupt MUST be 0xFD or the same
#                 as stated in INIT.SRV, if any..
#             6 = Windows-driver, replaces both ESS and FBBIOS.
#             7 = TCP/IP.  Needs WINSOCK.DLL.  Put port-address as 17.
#                 TNC-emulation is T (see below) 
#             8 = TFWin.dll
# BEWARE: The old interface 1 and 3 will NOT be used in WinFBB.  Interface 6
#         replaces both.  (FBBCOMM.DRV).  Neither ESS nor FBBIOS can be
#         used with WinFBB !
#
#In LinFBB ONLY this interface is available:
# Interface   9 = Linux.  Can work via serial port (D),via AX25 domain
#                 socket (X) or via Telnet port (T).
#
#In DosFBB ONLY THESE interfaces are available:
# Interface : 1 = Use external COMBIOS-driver (MBBIOS, ESS etc)
#             2 = BPQ-node v 4.05 and up (BPQ in AA4RE-mode)
#             3 = Telephone-modem with FBBIOS
#             4 = DRSI card with driver
#             5 = TFPCR/TFPCX interface.  Interrupt MUST be 0xFD or the same
#                 as stated in INIT.SRV, if any..
#
# Address   : Address of port in hexadecimal (Needed for multiplexer).
#             In LinFBB:
#             Address is the device name (/dev/cua0).
#             Be sure you have the rights to access to the device (rw-rw-rw-).
#             When using kernel AF_AX25 socket, address is not used.
#             When using Telnet, address is the Telnet port in Hex (Hex 17 = Telnet port 23)
# Baud      : Ports baud rate. Ignored by BPQ, kernel AF_AX25 socket and Telnet.
#
# Use same number of lines as number of ports.
#
#Com Interface Address (device)   Baud
1    9         /dev/cua0          9600
2    9         189C               0
#
# TNC     : Number on TNC in use.  Use 0 for file-forward !
# NbCh    : Number of channels I want to use in the TNC.
#           Maximum available channels depend on firmware.
# Com     : Number of the COM-port. Com1, Com2 etc.
# MultCh  : Number of channel if port-multiplexer is used, otherwise 1.
#           In DRSI use values from 0 to 7, by KAM use 1/VHF and 2/HF.
#           When using kernel AF_AX25 socket in Linux, MultCh is the
#           interface name (eg: ax0)
# Paclen  : PACLEN on this TNC.
# Maxframe: The maximum nb of frames the TNC will send at a time.
# NbFwd   : Number of channels for OUTGOING forward at same time.
# MxBloc  : Size of forward-block in kb.
# M/P-Fwd : Minute of the hour for start of forward, and period
#           (how many minutes between each forward-start).
# Port mode, one of these:
#           B : BBS-mode.
#           G : "Guest"-mode.
#           U : Normal-mode.
# Type host-mode, one of these:
#           D : WA8DED
#           K : KAM hostmode.  Must use ESSKAM driver.
#           P : PK-232
#           Q : BPQ v 4.x
#           T : Ethernet/TCP-IP
#           X : AX25 domain socket (for Linux)
# Addition: One or more of these letters can be used too:
#           L : Send unproto beacon after each arriving mail.
#           M : Telephone-modem.
#           Y : Yapp allowed on this QRG.
#           W : Gateway allowed TO this QRG.
#           R : Modem port allowed in Read-only mode.
# Freq.   : Text to describe this port (max 9 characters, no space)
#
# Same number of lines as TNCs:
#
#TNC NbCh Com MultCh Pacln Maxfr NbFwd MxBloc M/P-Fwd Mode Freq
0    0    0   0      0     0     0     0      00/01   ----  File-fwd.
1    4    1   1      230   4     1     10     30/60   UDYL  433.650
2    8    2   0      250   2     1     10     00/60   TUWR  Telnet
#
# Special callsigns and modes for some channels.
#
#TNC Nbs Callsign-SSID Mode
#1    1   LA1B-1        B
#
# End of file.
#


Example of PORT.SYS for WinFBB

Standard PORT.SYS with 1 TNC (COM1) with WA8DED-hostmode,
4 channels, 1 channel for outgoing forward,
and one Telnet interface listening on port 6300,
8 channels, 1 channel for outgoing forward.

# FBB7.00
#
#
#Ports TNCs
2      2
#
# Com       : COM-number (1,2,...8)
#
# Interface : 2 = BPQ-node (BPQ in AA4RE-mode)
#             4 = DRSI
#             5 = TFPCR/TFPCX interface.  Interrupt MUST be 0xFD or the same
#                 as stated in INIT.SRV, if any..
#             6 = Windows-driver, replaces both ESS, ESSKAM and FBBIOS.
#             7 = TCP/IP.  Needs WINSOCK.DLL.
#                 TNC-emulation is T (see below) 
#             8 = TFWin.dll
# BEWARE: The old interface 1 and 3 will NOT be used in WinFBB.  Interface 6
#         replaces both.  (FBBCOMM.DRV).  Neither ESS nor FBBIOS can be
#         used with WinFBB !
##
#Com Interface Adress (Hex) Baud
1    6         3F8          9600
2    7         189C         0
#
# TNC     : Number on TNC in use.  Use 0 for file-forward !
# NbCh    : Number of channels I want to use in the TNC.
#           Maximum available channels depend on firmware.
# Com     : Number of the COM-port. Com1, Com2 etc.
# MultCh  : Number of channel if port-multiplexer is used, otherwise 1.
#           In DRSI use values from 0 to 7, by KAM use 1/VHF and 2/HF.
#            When using kernel AF_AX25 socket in Linux,
#            MultCh is the interface name (eg: ax0)
# Paclen  : PACLEN on this TNC.
# Maxframe: The maximum nb of frames the TNC will send at a time.
# NbFwd   : Number of channels for OUTGOING forward at same time.
# MxBloc  : Size of forward-block in kb.
# M/P-Fwd : Minute of the hour for start of forward, and period
#           (how many minutes between each forward-start).
# Port mode, one of these:
#           B : BBS-mode.
#           G : "Guest"-mode.
#           U : Normal-mode.
# Type host-mode, one of these:
#           D : WA8DED
#           K : KAM hostmode.
#           P : PK-232
#           Q : BPQ v 4.x
#           T : Ethernet/TCP-IP
#           X : AX25 domain socket (for Linux)
# Addition: One or more of these letters can be used too:
#           L : Send unproto beacon after each arriving mail.
#           M : Telephone-modem.
#           Y : Yapp allowed on this QRG.
#           W : Gateway allowed TO this QRG.
#           R : Modem port allowed in Read-only mode.
# Freq.   : Text to describe this port (max 9 characters, no space)
#
# Same number of lines as TNCs:
#
#TNC NbCh Com MultCh Pacln Maxfr NbFwd MxBloc M/P-Fwd Mode  Freq
0    0    0   0      0     0     0     0      00/01   ----  File-fwd.
1    4    1   1      230   4     1     10     30/60   UDYL  433.650
2    8    2   0      250   2     1     10     00/60   TUWR  Telnet
#
# Special callsigns and modes for some channels.
#
#TNC Nbs Callsign-SSID Mode
# 1    1   LA1B-1        B
#
# End of file.
#


Example of FORWARD.SYS

It´s syntax is common to both LinFBB and WinFBB.

A	SK6BA
	P A
#       C C <callsign> <ip address> <ip port>
	C C SK6BA 44.140.208.134 6300
#       V <login>$W<password>$W
	V SM6TKY$WPASSWORD$W
#
# the rest of fwd block...