• Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?

    From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to All on Fri Nov 22 16:08:38 2019
    Hello All,

    Anyone for binkp, or binkps over TLS?

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Andrew Leary@1:320/219 to Alan Ianson on Fri Nov 22 20:51:39 2019
    Hello Alan!

    22 Nov 19 16:08, you wrote to all:

    Anyone for binkp, or binkps over TLS?

    I believe that Alexey Vissarionov is working on something like this. It might be worth dropping him a netmail about it.

    Andrew

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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Sat Nov 23 13:26:45 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Alan Ianson to All on Fri Nov 22 2019 04:08 pm

    Anyone for binkp, or binkps over TLS?

    I'm happy to spin up a test system and help get this going...
    ...

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Andrew Leary on Sat Nov 23 10:32:34 2019
    Hello Andrew,

    Anyone for binkp, or binkps over TLS?

    I believe that Alexey Vissarionov is working on something like this.
    It might be worth dropping him a netmail about it.

    That's a good idea. If I don't see him post something about that I'll send a netmail his way.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Deon George on Sat Nov 23 10:33:44 2019
    Hello Deon,

    Anyone for binkp, or binkps over TLS?

    I'm happy to spin up a test system and help get this going...

    I'm in that where to start spot again. We'll have to figure out how to start and then put a round robin of sorts together.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Deon George on Mon Dec 9 17:08:38 2019
    Hello Deon,

    Anyone for binkp, or binkps over TLS?

    I'm happy to spin up a test system and help get this going...

    Did you see Rob's post in FIDONEWS?

    I have Equinox BBS listing with the TLS option on port 24555. Feel free to try if you can. I'm not sure how to run binkd in TLS mode to other nodes, and I'm not sure I have all the needed bits to receive securely. But it's a start.

    Equinox BBS
    1:153/757.2
    equinoxbbs.ddns.net

    Feel free (anyone) to try a connect there and if you can report success or failure.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Tue Dec 10 13:17:13 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Alan Ianson to Deon George on Mon Dec 09 2019 05:08 pm

    Did you see Rob's post in FIDONEWS?

    I just saw it.

    I'll set my side up as well. But I think binkit needs some extra work before I can initiate outbound connections.

    Does anybody have anything that can initiate connections? What do you use? ...

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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Deon George on Tue Dec 10 15:17:30 2019
    Hi! Deon,

    On 10 Dec 19 13:17, you wrote to Alan Ianson:

    Does anybody have anything that can initiate connections? What do you
    use?

    This might...

    touch [/path/to/outbound/zone1]/009902f5.pnt/00000002.clo

    There's 99 ways to skin these things. I've never had to do it that way, ever. (Watch me get it wrong.) Brush up on your 'Binkley Outbound Theory'. Er, ask Ian. :)

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Paul Quinn on Tue Dec 10 19:03:26 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Paul Quinn to Deon George on Tue Dec 10 2019 03:17 pm

    This might...
    touch [/path/to/outbound/zone1]/009902f5.pnt/00000002.clo

    Yeah, I was actually talking about initiating an secure binkp session. I didnt think there was anything that was able to do it?
    ...

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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Deon George on Tue Dec 10 19:10:37 2019
    Hi! Deon,

    On 10 Dec 19 19:03, you wrote to me:

    Yeah, I was actually talking about initiating an secure binkp session.
    I didnt think there was anything that was able to do it?

    Well, I have a kewl 'sendfile.sh' bash script originally from the MFREQ package. Can I send that to you? You can then send any -real- test files you like...

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 07:29:57 2019
    Hi! Deon,

    On 10 Dec 19 19:10, I wrote to you:

    Well, I have a kewl 'sendfile.sh' bash script originally from the
    MFREQ package. Can I send that to you? You can then send any -real-
    test files you like...

    I'm not getting any feedback here... Mmm... came to mind this AM to use a 'crash' filebox for Ian's test site.

    Want more?

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Paul Quinn on Tue Dec 10 13:47:10 2019
    Hello Paul,

    Well, I have a kewl 'sendfile.sh' bash script originally from the
    MFREQ package. Can I send that to you? You can then send any
    -real- test files you like...

    I'm not getting any feedback here... Mmm... came to mind this AM to
    use a 'crash' filebox for Ian's test site.

    I got lost at sendfile.sh from the MFREQ package or I'd give you some feedback.. :)

    Want more?

    Yes.. :) We are testing the ability to use the binkp protocol in a secure way. Any help, feedback or direction you can provide is welcome.

    Do you think that would be a good thing?

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Alan Ianson on Wed Dec 11 12:36:56 2019
    Hi! Alan,

    On 10 Dec 19 13:47, you wrote to me:

    I got lost at sendfile.sh from the MFREQ package or I'd give you some feedback.. :)

    There is is a FREQ server package for Linux called 'Mfreq', by Markus Reschke.
    In it are a couple of bonus BASH scripts that he threw in just for the hell of it, called: sendfile.sh & frequest.sh to send files or make FREQ requests to send via your binkD job. In any case either script might be used to start-off a binkD session. They need fine-tuning to your local Binkley directory structure. Not hard; I did it!

    The guy was just shy of genius level (he also wrote an IP address extraction tool from a FTN nodelist, in BASH!). If you want Mfreq just FREQ 'mfreq' from here, for the last version. Zone 2 let him go without a fight, when he got slightly pissed-off at something minor.

    Yes.. :) We are testing the ability to use the binkp protocol in a
    secure way. Any help, feedback or direction you can provide is
    welcome.

    My Idea of a secure doover is covering the keyboard with my off-hand while I peek & poke at the ivories with t'other. :)

    Do you think that would be a good thing?

    The all-time best would be simply a 'crash' filebox.

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Ward Dossche@2:292/854 to Paul Quinn on Wed Dec 11 09:22:19 2019
    Paul,

    Zone 2 let him go without
    a fight, when he got slightly pissed-off at something minor.

    I went searching back and didn't find a cross word before he pulled-out.

    As far as I can tell he just left...

    He posted a message in German ...

    ***************************************************************************** Das kommt jetzt vielleicht etwas pltzlich, aber mir ist schon lnger der Spass
    am Fido abhanden gekommen. Und was in letzter Zeit so alles passiert ist, war auch nicht gerade motivierend. Daher werde ich meine Nodenummer zurckgeben. Lange Worte spare ich mir. Denn man luft sich immer wieder ber den Weg. ;) *****************************************************************************

    Any interpretation is possible.

    \%/@rd

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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Ward Dossche on Wed Dec 11 20:39:32 2019
    Hi! Ward,

    On 11 Dec 19 09:22, you wrote to me:

    Zone 2 let him go without a fight, when he got slightly pissed-off at
    something minor.

    I went searching back and didn't find a cross word before he
    pulled-out. As far as I can tell he just left...

    Not a problem. "He'll be back...", is still a possibility.

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Paul Quinn on Wed Dec 11 14:58:36 2019
    Hello Paul,

    There is is a FREQ server package for Linux called 'Mfreq', by Markus Reschke. In it are a couple of bonus BASH scripts that he threw in
    just for the hell of it, called: sendfile.sh & frequest.sh to send
    files or make FREQ requests to send via your binkD job. In any case either script might be used to start-off a binkD session. They need fine-tuning to your local Binkley directory structure. Not hard; I
    did it!

    Those scripts sound good. Whenever I want to send a file or reuest one, I have to figure out the hexadecimal of it all.. Oops, I didn't mean to send that there.. ;)

    The guy was just shy of genius level (he also wrote an IP address extraction tool from a FTN nodelist, in BASH!). If you want Mfreq
    just FREQ 'mfreq' from here, for the last version. Zone 2 let him go without a fight, when he got slightly pissed-off at something minor.

    I remember when he left although I don't know what was troubling him. I do have
    a version of mfreq here, been meaning to set that up. I'll freq yours to make sure I am up to date.

    Yes.. :) We are testing the ability to use the binkp protocol in
    a secure way. Any help, feedback or direction you can provide is
    welcome.

    My Idea of a secure doover is covering the keyboard with my off-hand
    while I peek & poke at the ivories with t'other. :)

    At least your keyboard is secure.. ;)

    Do you think that would be a good thing?

    The all-time best would be simply a 'crash' filebox.

    Everything is on crash here except my point and one other node that has become unresponsive. I'm hoping that node will come back to life but time will tell.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 15:06:52 2019
    Hello Deon,

    I'll set my side up as well. But I think binkit needs some extra work before I can initiate outbound connections.

    Does anybody have anything that can initiate connections? What do you
    use?

    Rob has made changes and now we can also poll out over TLS where is supported. Once I know what node you have TLS setup on I can send you a netmail and we'll see what happens.

    I have sent and received netmail over TLS with binkit.. so I think it's on.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 10:19:37 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Alan Ianson to Deon George on Mon Dec 09 2019 05:08 pm

    Anyone for binkp, or binkps over TLS?
    I have Equinox BBS listing with the TLS option on port 24555. Feel free to

    Since I'm using 24555 for another BINKP service, I'm settling with 24543 for BINKPS - the "43" is kinda like the webs secure port :)

    Just updating SBBS, now, and then I should be able to test this as well. ...deon


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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 10:21:19 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Alan Ianson to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 2019 03:06 pm

    Rob has made changes and now we can also poll out over TLS where is supported. Once I know what node you have TLS setup on I can send you a netmail and we'll see what happens.

    Ha, I was just typing when your message came in.

    I should be good to go in about 30mins (when my compile completes).
    ...deon


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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 09:17:16 2019
    Hi! Alan,

    On 11 Dec 19 14:58, you wrote to me:

    Those scripts sound good. Whenever I want to send a file or reuest
    one, I have to figure out the hexadecimal of it all.. Oops, I didn't
    mean to send that there.. ;)

    Nope, the scripts do the conversion from FTN-->outbound(hex). The only need is
    to fine-tune the output directory structure addressing, since Markus used a weird variation.

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 10:33:43 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Deon George to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 2019 10:19 am

    Just updating SBBS, now, and then I should be able to test this as well.

    OK, SBBS up - I'm sending a netmail now :)
    ...deon


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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 15:48:02 2019
    Hello Deon,

    Just updating SBBS, now, and then I should be able to test this
    as well.

    OK, SBBS up - I'm sending a netmail now :)
    ...deon

    K, I'll keep an eye out. 1:163/757.2, the hostname is equinoxbbs.ddns.net and the port is 24555.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 10:50:20 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Deon George to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 2019 10:33 am

    OK, SBBS up - I'm sending a netmail now :)

    I think it connected ?

    Connecting to 1:153/757.2@fidonet at equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555
    Connection to equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555 successful
    ...
    Sent M_ADR command
    Remote host closed socket
    Unlocking ../fido/outbound.001/009902f5.pnt/00000002.bsy. /opt/sbbs/exec/binkit.js executed in 1.80 seconds

    But it didnt send the packet? :(
    ...deon


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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Deon George on Thu Dec 12 09:52:58 2019
    Hi! Deon,

    On 12 Dec 19 10:33, you wrote to Alan Ianson:

    Just updating SBBS, now, and then I should be able to test this
    as well.

    OK, SBBS up - I'm sending a netmail now :)

    Ah, sending mail. What a novel approach! ;)

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 16:04:48 2019
    Hello Deon,

    OK, SBBS up - I'm sending a netmail now :)

    I think it connected ?

    Connecting to 1:153/757.2@fidonet at equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555
    Connection to equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555 successful
    ...
    Sent M_ADR command
    Remote host closed socket
    Unlocking ../fido/outbound.001/009902f5.pnt/00000002.bsy. /opt/sbbs/exec/binkit.js executed in 1.80 seconds

    But it didnt send the packet? :(

    You may need to add my node in echocfg and then add BinkpTLS=true to my nodes section in sbbsecho.ini if you haven't already done that.

    I am just adding your info there now and will try sending you a netmail in a few minutes..

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Paul Quinn on Wed Dec 11 16:13:38 2019
    Hello Paul,

    Nope, the scripts do the conversion from FTN-->outbound(hex).

    Good, that's the part that always gives me trouble.

    The only need is to fine-tune the output directory structure
    addressing, since Markus used a weird variation.

    OK, if I can't figure out what he's done I may need to ping you.. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 16:15:14 2019
    Hello Deon,

    I think it connected ?

    Yes.

    Connecting to 1:153/757.2@fidonet at equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555
    Connection to equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555 successful
    ...
    Sent M_ADR command
    Remote host closed socket
    Unlocking ../fido/outbound.001/009902f5.pnt/00000002.bsy. /opt/sbbs/exec/binkit.js executed in 1.80 seconds

    But it didnt send the packet? :(

    I think once you have BinkpTLS=true it'll work.

    I just sent you netmail to 3:633/509 to chinwag.leenooks.net on port 24543 but am unable to connect. Do you have a [BINKPS] section in your services.ini?

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 11:31:26 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Alan Ianson to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 2019 04:04 pm

    You may need to add my node in echocfg and then add BinkpTLS=true to my nodes section in sbbsecho.ini if you haven't already done that.

    Yeah, I did all that...

    I am just adding your info there now and will try sending you a netmail in a few minutes..

    Ok, I'm watching the logs ...
    ...deon


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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 11:34:11 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Alan Ianson to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 2019 04:04 pm

    Connecting to 1:153/757.2@fidonet at equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555
    Connection to equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555 successful
    ...
    Sent M_ADR command
    Remote host closed socket
    Unlocking ../fido/outbound.001/009902f5.pnt/00000002.bsy.
    /opt/sbbs/exec/binkit.js executed in 1.80 seconds
    But it didnt send the packet? :(

    I actually think its not working.

    I'm thinking your side closed me - and didnt accept the transfer.

    Although now that its in my outbound, I dont think its doing TLS with the normal round of BINKOUT:

    12/12 11:31:36 evnt BINKOUT Attempting callout for 1:153/757.2@fidonet, file: ../fido/outbound.001/009902f5.pnt/00000002.cut
    12/12 11:31:36 evnt BINKOUT JSBinkP/1.122 callout to 1:153/757.2@fidonet started
    12/12 11:31:36 evnt BINKOUT Connecting to 1:153/757.2@fidonet at equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555
    12/12 11:31:40 evnt BINKOUT Error in recv() of packet data
    ...deon


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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 11:38:25 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Alan Ianson to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 2019 04:15 pm

    I just sent you netmail to 3:633/509 to chinwag.leenooks.net on port 24543 but am unable to connect. Do you have a [BINKPS] section in your services.ini?

    I do - but a typo in the firewall rule :) (Fixed now).

    BTW: You can use alterant.leenooks.net (chinwag works too - but I'll probably delete that oneday...)
    ...deon


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  • From Deon George@3:633/509 to Alan Ianson on Thu Dec 12 11:46:14 2019
    Re: Tap.. tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
    By: Alan Ianson to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 2019 04:15 pm

    I just sent you netmail to 3:633/509 to chinwag.leenooks.net on port 24543 but am unable to connect. Do you have a [BINKPS] section in your services.ini?

    So I got your message, and have replied.

    But cannot send it to you? Seems you can only pickup?

    <looking at sbbsecho.ini>

    I see my TLS config item has gone - maybe it dropped it when I re-used sbbsecho....

    I'll put it back and try again.

    <trying>

    Got it - that was it. BinkpTLS dropped out.
    ...deon


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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Deon George on Wed Dec 11 17:05:28 2019
    Hello Deon,

    I see my TLS config item has gone - maybe it dropped it when I re-used sbbsecho....

    I'll put it back and try again.

    Yep, I don't think echocfg knows about that keyword yet, so if you make any changes in echocfg you'll need to put that back in.. for now.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/6 to Alan Ianson on Fri Dec 13 21:40:48 2019
    Hi Alan.

    11 Dec 19 16:15, you wrote to Deon George:

    I think once you have BinkpTLS=true it'll work.

    I just sent you netmail to 3:633/509 to chinwag.leenooks.net on port 24543
    but
    am unable to connect. Do you have a [BINKPS] section in your services.ini?

    I can connect you with binkd/tls:

    + 13 Dec 21:37:52 [13300] call to 1:153/757.2@fidonet
    + 13 Dec 21:37:52 [13300] External command 'openssl s_client -quiet -alpn binkp
    -connect equinoxbbs.ddns.net:24555' started, pid 13301
    13 Dec 21:37:52 [13300] connected
    + 13 Dec 21:37:52 [13300] outgoing session with p2.f757.n153.z1.binkp.net:binkp - 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] OPT CRAM-MD5-df7f4d340adf2ad286ae18c610385922 CRYPT
    + 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] Remote requests MD mode
    + 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] Remote requests CRYPT mode
    - 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] SYS Equinox BBS
    - 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] ZYZ Alan Ianson
    - 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] LOC Penticton, BC Canada
    - 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] NDL 115200,TCP,BINKP
    - 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] TIME Fri Dec 13 2019 11:37:53 GMT-0800 (PST)
    - 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] VER BinkIT/2.28,JSBinkP/1.122,sbbs3.17c/Linux binkp/1.1
    + 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] addr: 1:153/757.2@fidonet
    + 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] addr: 21:4/106.1@fsxnet (n/a or busy)
    + 13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] done (to 1:153/757.2@fidonet, OK, S/R: 0/0 (0/0 bytes))
    13 Dec 21:37:53 [13300] session closed, quitting...

    Please do read the BINKD echo. :)

    'Tommi

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Tommi Koivula on Fri Dec 13 14:00:48 2019
    Hello Tommi,

    Please do read the BINKD echo. :)


    I have been reading with interest.. :)

    I have sent and recieved netmail over TLS enabled binkp sessions with 1:103/705
    and 3:633/509.

    I also received your netmail and am about to reply but I need to do some routing setup at 153/757.2 before I can reply but I'll being doing that when I get a few minutes.

    I think that'll be easy enough to do.. ;)

    Once I have that sorted I'll try connecting to your node over TLS with binkd. I
    think it would be a good thing if we could get 153/757 <-> 221/6 working over TLS but I haven't sorted those details in my head yet or how to get a cert to binkd. I do have a cert for trmb.ca I'm just not sure how to apply it to binkd.

    More to come.. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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