INTL 2:292/854.1 2:292/140
An accidental point on a INTL isn't quite "royally messing up", Ward! :)
I beg to differ ... an INTL 2:292/854.1 is unroutable by every definition in the book. The only reason why I got it is because I am the de-facto outbound for that particular downlink. Had the message been intended for someone beyond my system it never would have gottten anywhere.
Let's not discuss FTS/routing-101 here.
Its a bug that was fixed and released immediately once it was reported to me.
With thanks BTW for the speedy response. Was tested in the meantime and works just fine.
Seems to be routing okay despite this issue with just about everything
we're currently using, so /shrug?
Again, I beg to differ, it did not route just OK. But now it does.
Merry Xmas or whatever is important to you on this day in the year.
--- D'Bridge 3.99 SR40
* Origin: The best gold is at the bottom of barrels of crap (2:292/854)