• IPv6

    From Ray Quinn@1:214/23 to All on Thu Jul 28 19:47:16 2022

    Would someone try to connect to binkd on the standard port using IPv6? Any one of these addresses should work:

    bbs.quinnnet.org
    binkd6.quinnnet.org
    binkd6.us99.us

    Thanks!

    73 de W6RAY Ray Quinn
    Visalia, CA DM06II
    Ham Shack Hotline 4655


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  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664.1 to Ray Quinn on Fri Jul 29 22:12:32 2022
    *** Quoting Ray Quinn from a message to All ***

    Would someone try to connect to binkd on the standard port using
    IPv6?

    Seems to work from here:

    22:10 [269083] BEGIN, binkd/1.1a-115/Linux -vpP 1:214/22 binkd.cfg
    22:10 [269083] creating a poll for 1:214/22@fidonet (`d' flavour)
    22:10 [269083] clientmgr started
    $ -d 1:214/22@fidonet
    + 22:10 [269084] call to 1:214/22@fidonet
    22:10 [269084] trying binkd6.quinnnet.org [2001:470:1f04:8c6::2]...
    22:10 [269084] connected
    + 22:10 [269084] outgoing session with binkd6.quinnnet.org:24554 [2001:470:1f04:8c6::2]
    - 22:10 [269084] OPT CRAM-MD5-465f8910a99dc30994a52b33783a4618 CRYPT
    + 22:10 [269084] Remote requests MD mode
    + 22:10 [269084] Remote requests CRYPT mode
    - 22:10 [269084] SYS US 99 BBS
    - 22:10 [269084] ZYZ Ray Quinn
    - 22:10 [269084] LOC Visalia, CA
    - 22:10 [269084] NDL 115200,TCP,BINKP
    - 22:10 [269084] TIME Fri Jul 29 2022 19:10:22 GMT-0700 (PDT)
    - 22:10 [269084] VER BinkIT/2.41,JSBinkP/4,sbbs3.19c/Linux binkp/1.1
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 1:214/22@fidonet
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 1:214/0@fidonet
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 1:214/1@fidonet
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 9:91/2@survnet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 24:160/1@sportnet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 24:160/0@sportnet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 24:160/22@sportnet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 64:500/22@cnet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 110:214/1@linuxnet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 110:214/0@linuxnet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 111:6100/1@stn (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 111:6100/0@stn (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 111:6000/0@stn (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 314:314/45@pinet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 432:1/108@vkradio (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 510:291/0@justaxne (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 510:291/7@justaxne (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 618:300/18@micronet
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 801:1/108@rdwxnet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 900:104/3176@rmininet (n/a or busy)
    + 22:10 [269084] done (to 1:214/22@fidonet, OK, S/R: 0/0 (0/0 bytes))
    22:10 [269084] session closed, quitting...
    22:10 [269083] rc(269084)=0
    22:10 [269083] the queue is empty, quitting...


    Jay

    ... The world looks as if it has been left in the custody of trolls

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  • From Alexey Vissarionov@2:5020/545 to Ray Quinn on Sat Jul 30 13:41:42 2022
    Good ${greeting_time}, Ray!

    28 Jul 2022 19:47:16, you wrote to All:

    Would someone try to connect to binkd on the standard port using
    IPv6? Any one of these addresses should work:
    bbs.quinnnet.org binkd6.quinnnet.org binkd6.us99.us

    Connection successful, got an answer from some broken binkp implementation.


    --
    Alexey V. Vissarionov aka Gremlin from Kremlin
    gremlin.ru!gremlin; +vii-cmiii-ccxxix-lxxix-xlii

    ... god@universe:~ # cvs up && make world
    --- /bin/vi
    * Origin: ::1 (2:5020/545)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Alexey Vissarionov on Sat Jul 30 13:07:35 2022
    Hi Alexey,

    On 2022-07-30 13:41:42, you wrote to Ray Quinn:

    Would someone try to connect to binkd on the standard port using
    IPv6? Any one of these addresses should work:
    bbs.quinnnet.org binkd6.quinnnet.org binkd6.us99.us

    Connection successful, got an answer from some broken binkp implementation.

    What is broken about it? I get binkit (synchronet) on the line. My binkd usually has no problem exchanging mail with those...

    Bye, Wilfred.

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  • From Ray Quinn@1:214/23 to Ray Quinn on Fri Jul 29 17:55:16 2022
    Would someone try to connect to binkd on the standard port using IPv6?
    Any one of these addresses should work:

    bbs.quinnnet.org
    binkd6.quinnnet.org
    binkd6.us99.us

    I suppose I should include my Fidonet address: 1:214/22.


    73 de W6RAY Ray Quinn
    Visalia, CA DM06II
    Ham Shack Hotline 4655



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  • From Ray Quinn@1:214/23 to Jay Harris on Sat Jul 30 13:13:56 2022

    Hello Jay!

    29 Jul 22 22:12, you wrote to me:

    *** Quoting Ray Quinn from a message to All ***

    Would someone try to connect to binkd on the standard port using
    IPv6?

    Seems to work from here:

    22:10 [269083] BEGIN, binkd/1.1a-115/Linux -vpP 1:214/22 binkd.cfg
    22:10 [269083] creating a poll for 1:214/22@fidonet (`d' flavour)
    22:10 [269083] clientmgr started
    $ -d 1:214/22@fidonet
    + 22:10 [269084] call to 1:214/22@fidonet
    22:10 [269084] trying binkd6.quinnnet.org [2001:470:1f04:8c6::2]...
    22:10 [269084] connected
    + 22:10 [269084] outgoing session with binkd6.quinnnet.org:24554 [2001:470:1f04:8c6::2]
    - 22:10 [269084] OPT CRAM-MD5-465f8910a99dc30994a52b33783a4618 CRYPT
    + 22:10 [269084] Remote requests MD mode
    + 22:10 [269084] Remote requests CRYPT mode
    - 22:10 [269084] SYS US 99 BBS
    - 22:10 [269084] ZYZ Ray Quinn
    - 22:10 [269084] LOC Visalia, CA
    - 22:10 [269084] NDL 115200,TCP,BINKP
    - 22:10 [269084] TIME Fri Jul 29 2022 19:10:22 GMT-0700 (PDT)
    - 22:10 [269084] VER BinkIT/2.41,JSBinkP/4,sbbs3.19c/Linux binkp/1.1
    + 22:10 [269084] addr: 1:214/22@fidonet
    + 22:10 [269084] done (to 1:214/22@fidonet, OK, S/R: 0/0 (0/0 bytes))
    22:10 [269084] session closed, quitting...
    22:10 [269083] rc(269084)=0
    22:10 [269083] the queue is empty, quitting...

    Thank you. I know it used to work a long time ago as I was once number 32 or so on "The List."

    73 de Ray Quinn W6RAY
    Visalia, CA DM06II
    Ham Shack Hotline 4655
    GMRS WRKZ506

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  • From Ray Quinn@1:214/23 to Wilfred van Velzen on Sat Jul 30 13:26:10 2022

    Hello Wilfred!

    30 Jul 22 13:07, you wrote to Alexey Vissarionov:

    Hi Alexey,

    On 2022-07-30 13:41:42, you wrote to Ray Quinn:

    Would someone try to connect to binkd on the standard port using
    IPv6? Any one of these addresses should work:
    bbs.quinnnet.org binkd6.quinnnet.org binkd6.us99.us

    Connection successful, got an answer from some broken binkp
    implementation.

    What is broken about it? I get binkit (synchronet) on the line. My
    binkd usually has no problem exchanging mail with those...

    That was my question. And thanks also for confirming it for me.

    73 de Ray Quinn W6RAY
    Visalia, CA DM06II
    Ham Shack Hotline 4655
    GMRS WRKZ506

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Alexey Vissarionov on Sun Jul 31 00:29:52 2022
    Connection successful, got an answer from some broken binkp implementation.

    BinkIT is not broken. It is a very well implemeted binkd/binkp in JavaScript.

    It just works in the same way binkd does.

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Ray Quinn on Sun Jul 31 10:43:01 2022
    Hello Ray,

    On Saturday July 30 2022 13:13, you wrote to Jay Harris:

    Thank you. I know it used to work a long time ago as I was once number
    32 or so on "The List."

    You are now #73 on the list.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sun Jul 31 12:18:27 2022
    Hi Michiel,

    On 2022-07-31 10:43:01, you wrote to Ray Quinn:

    Thank you. I know it used to work a long time ago as I was once
    number 32 or so on "The List."

    MvdV> You are now #73 on the list.

    That's Jay Harris. Ray is #107 ... ???

    Bye, Wilfred.

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Wilfred van Velzen on Sun Jul 31 12:57:56 2022
    Hello Wilfred,

    On Sunday July 31 2022 12:18, you wrote to me:

    MvdV>> You are now #73 on the list.

    That's Jay Harris. Ray is #107 ... ???

    Ah, these North Americans. They all look alike to me. ;-)

    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Ray Quinn@1:214/23 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sun Jul 31 08:34:36 2022

    Hello Michiel!

    31 Jul 22 12:57, you wrote to Wilfred van Velzen:

    Hello Wilfred,
    On Sunday July 31 2022 12:18, you wrote to me:

    MvdV>>> You are now #73 on the list.

    That's Jay Harris. Ray is #107 ... ???

    Ah, these North Americans. They all look alike to me. ;-)

    Ah, yes... But as with most US Americans, we are a lot more mixed up (in more ways than one). You see, I am partically (very small part) "Native American", more precisely, a decendant of the native Cherokee Tribe. However, I am more European than I am Native American.

    My last name, accroding to ancestry.com, is Irish. According to behindthename.com, my first name appears to be English and French. I've been told all my life (nearly 60 years) that I am "black dutch". That term has several meanings. The dark-skinned Dutch immigrants, the Sephardic Jewish immigrants, Native Americans, particularly the Cherokees of the Carolinas, the German immigrants, among others.

    So, in short, I can see why we all look alike...

    Oh, I am no where near 107...

    Let's see. The topic. I have been working on the aforementioned f1d0:1:214:22 setup off and on since 03:00 and it is now 09:00. Time for Sunday breakfast...

    Thanks!

    73 de W6RAY Ray Quinn
    Visalia, CA DM06II
    Ham Shack Hotline 4655

    If the right side of the brain controls the left side of the body,
    then only left handed people are in their right mind.

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