• Skip packets

    From Flavio Bessa@4:801/188 to All on Thu Apr 7 20:56:18 2022
    Hello,

    One of my downlinks seem to be "skipping" all the packets I send them:

    20:49:31 2-Location NATAL,RN 20:49:31 2-Info NDL 115200,TCP,BINKP 20:49:31 2-Info TIME Thu Apr 07 2022 20:49:30 GMT-0300 20:49:31 2-Mailer BinkIT/1.45,JSBinkP/1.70/Linux binkp/1.1 20:49:31 2-Sending: fd2fff39.su0 (15,589 bytes) 20:49:31 2-Sending: fd2fff39.sa3 (1,930 bytes) 20:49:32 2-Session ended (0 sent, 0 rcvd, 2 skip)

    Is there a way to override that skip request?

    ... That's not a bug, it's an undocumented feature

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  • From deon@3:633/509 to Flavio Bessa on Fri Apr 8 12:18:01 2022
    Re: Skip packets
    By: Flavio Bessa to All on Thu Apr 07 2022 08:56 pm

    One of my downlinks seem to be "skipping" all the packets I send them:
    Is there a way to override that skip request?

    No.

    Skipping is the downlink's system saying "I dont want what you are sending me", or "I cant take what you are sending me now, because..." (eg: disk full).

    You should talk to the downlink to find out why they are skiping items you have queued for them.


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