• FTP Server

    From Lord Blackfair@1:103/705 to All on Wednesday, September 09, 2020 08:39:36
    I have an issue with another sysop trying to poll for packets.
    they are running a script to poll packets and is not able to poll packets. the ftp server just hangs up and does nothing.
    When I connect to the server and manually type in commands pull or get it responds with command not supported. Is the script supported anymore in the newer versions of SBBS or do I have to run the qnet functions in the qwk setup in sconfig?
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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Lord Blackfair on Wednesday, September 09, 2020 13:07:10
    Re: FTP Server
    By: Lord Blackfair to All on Wed Sep 09 2020 08:39 am

    I have an issue with another sysop trying to poll for packets.
    they are running a script to poll packets and is not able to poll packets. the ftp server just hangs up and does nothing.
    When I connect to the server and manually type in commands pull or get it responds with command not supported. Is the script supported anymore in the newer versions of SBBS or do I have to run the qnet functions in the qwk setup in sconfig?

    What script are you referring to?

    "pull" is not an FTP command, so I'm not sure you're tring to do.

    digital man

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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Keith Cunningham on Wednesday, September 09, 2020 17:55:32
    Re: FTP Server
    By: Keith Cunningham to Digital Man on Wed Sep 09 2020 07:23 pm

    Re: FTP Server
    By: Digital Man to Lord Blackfair on Wed Sep 09 2020 01:07 pm

    Re: FTP Server
    By: Lord Blackfair to All on Wed Sep 09 2020 08:39 am

    I have an issue with another sysop trying to poll for packets.
    they are running a script to poll packets and is not able to poll packets. the ftp server just hangs up and does nothing.
    When I connect to the server and manually type in commands pull or get it responds with command not supported. Is the script supported anymore in the newer versions of SBBS or do I have to run the qnet functions in the qwk setup in sconfig?

    What script are you referring to?
    I am sorry wrong wording.

    open blackf.synchro.net
    user name
    password
    put c:\sbbs\data\blackf.rep blackf.rep
    get blackf.qwk c:\sbbs\data\blackf.qwk
    quit

    Okay, and you'd need an FTP client that supported those commands. What FTP client are you (or is this other sysop) using?

    digital man

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  • From Keith Cunningham@1:129/125 to Digital Man on Wednesday, September 09, 2020 19:23:34
    Re: FTP Server
    By: Digital Man to Lord Blackfair on Wed Sep 09 2020 01:07 pm

    Re: FTP Server
    By: Lord Blackfair to All on Wed Sep 09 2020 08:39 am

    I have an issue with another sysop trying to poll for packets.
    they are running a script to poll packets and is not able to poll packets. the ftp server just hangs up and does nothing.
    When I connect to the server and manually type in commands pull or get it responds with command not supported. Is the script supported anymore in the newer versions of SBBS or do I have to run the qnet functions in the qwk setup in sconfig?

    What script are you referring to?
    I am sorry wrong wording.

    open blackf.synchro.net
    user name
    password
    put c:\sbbs\data\blackf.rep blackf.rep
    get blackf.qwk c:\sbbs\data\blackf.qwk
    quit

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  • From Lord Blackfair@1:103/705 to Digital Man on Wednesday, September 09, 2020 21:43:08
    Re: FTP Server
    By: Digital Man to Keith Cunningham on Wed Sep 09 2020 05:55 pm

    Re: FTP Server
    Okay, and you'd need an FTP client that supported those commands. What FTP client are you (or is this other sysop) using?

    this is the logs that i have. they cant grab qwk packets
    and send .rep packets.
    07:58:31 10212 <100.34.95.13> RX: USER B****
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 331 User name okay, need password.
    07:58:31 10212 <100.34.95.13> RX: PASS *****
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> logged in (4 today, 11716 total)
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230-Battlest logged in.
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230-You have 14680064 download credits.
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230 You are allowed 546 minutes of use for this session. 07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> RX: TYPE I
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 200 All files sent in BINARY mode.
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> RX: PASV
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA socket 9376 opened
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA trying to bind socket to port 1024 07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA socket 9376 bound to port 1024
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA IP address in response: 10.0.0.25 (subject to NAT)
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 227 Entering Passive Mode (10,0,0,25,4,0)
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> RX: TYPE I
    07:58:52 10212 TX: 200 All files sent in BINARY mode.
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> RX: PASV
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA socket 9376 opened
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA trying to bind socket to port 1024 07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA socket 9376 bound to port 1024
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA IP address in response: 10.0.0.25 (subject to NAT)
    07:58:52 10212 TX: 227 Entering Passive Mode (10,0,0,25,4,0)
    07:59:13 10212 <Battlest> RX: QUIT
    07:59:13 10212 TX: 221 Goodbye. Closing control connection.
    07:59:13 10212 <Battlest> logged off

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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Lord Blackfair on Wednesday, September 09, 2020 20:12:30
    Re: FTP Server
    By: Lord Blackfair to Digital Man on Wed Sep 09 2020 09:43 pm

    Re: FTP Server
    By: Digital Man to Keith Cunningham on Wed Sep 09 2020 05:55 pm

    Re: FTP Server
    Okay, and you'd need an FTP client that supported those commands. What
    FTP
    client are you (or is this other sysop) using?

    this is the logs that i have. they cant grab qwk packets
    and send .rep packets.
    07:58:31 10212 <100.34.95.13> RX: USER B****
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 331 User name okay, need password.
    07:58:31 10212 <100.34.95.13> RX: PASS *****
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> logged in (4 today, 11716 total)
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230-Battlest logged in.
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230-You have 14680064 download credits.
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230 You are allowed 546 minutes of use for this session. 07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> RX: TYPE I
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 200 All files sent in BINARY mode.
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> RX: PASV
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA socket 9376 opened
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA trying to bind socket to port 1024 07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA socket 9376 bound to port 1024
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA IP address in response: 10.0.0.25 (subject to NAT)
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 227 Entering Passive Mode (10,0,0,25,4,0)
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> RX: TYPE I
    07:58:52 10212 TX: 200 All files sent in BINARY mode.
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> RX: PASV
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA socket 9376 opened
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA trying to bind socket to port 1024 07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA socket 9376 bound to port 1024
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA IP address in response: 10.0.0.25 (subject to NAT)
    07:58:52 10212 TX: 227 Entering Passive Mode (10,0,0,25,4,0)
    07:59:13 10212 <Battlest> RX: QUIT
    07:59:13 10212 TX: 221 Goodbye. Closing control connection.
    07:59:13 10212 <Battlest> logged off

    So the sender sent:
    USER
    PASS
    TYPE I
    PASV
    TYPE I
    PASV
    QUIT

    ... doesn't seem to match the script contents you posted here.

    digital man

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  • From Lord Blackfair@1:103/705 to Digital Man on Thursday, September 10, 2020 12:49:24
    Re: FTP Server
    By: Lord Blackfair to Digital Man on Wed
    Sep 09 2020 09:43 pm

    Re: FTP Server
    By: Digital Man to Keith Cunningham
    on Wed Sep 09 2020 05:55 pm

    Re: FTP Server
    Okay, and you'd need an FTP client
    that supported those commands. What
    FTP
    client are you (or is this other
    sysop) using?

    this is the logs that i have. they
    cant grab qwk packets
    and send .rep packets.
    07:58:31 10212 <100.34.95.13> RX:
    USER B****
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 331 User name okay,
    need password.
    07:58:31 10212 <100.34.95.13> RX: PASS
    *****
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> logged in (4
    today, 11716 total)
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230-Battlest logged
    in.
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230-You have
    14680064 download credits.
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 230 You are allowed
    546 minutes of use for this
    session. 07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> RX:
    TYPE I
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 200 All files sent
    in BINARY mode.
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> RX: PASV
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA
    socket 9376 opened
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA
    trying to bind socket to port 1024
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA
    socket 9376 bound to port 1024
    07:58:31 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA IP
    address in response: 10.0.0.25
    (subject to NAT)
    07:58:31 10212 TX: 227 Entering
    Passive Mode (10,0,0,25,4,0)
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> RX: TYPE I
    07:58:52 10212 TX: 200 All files sent
    in BINARY mode.
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> RX: PASV
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA
    socket 9376 opened
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA
    trying to bind socket to port 1024
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA
    socket 9376 bound to port 1024
    07:58:52 10212 <Battlest> PASV DATA IP
    address in response: 10.0.0.25
    (subject to NAT)
    07:58:52 10212 TX: 227 Entering
    Passive Mode (10,0,0,25,4,0)
    07:59:13 10212 <Battlest> RX: QUIT
    07:59:13 10212 TX: 221 Goodbye.
    Closing control connection.
    07:59:13 10212 <Battlest> logged off

    So the sender sent:
    USER
    PASS
    TYPE I
    PASV
    TYPE I
    PASV
    QUIT

    ... doesn't seem to match the script
    contents you posted here.


    digital man

    Sling Blade quote #3:
    Karl (re: killing Doyle): That second one
    just plum near cut his head in
    two. Norco, CA WX: 73.7F, 52.0% humidity,
    4 mph E wind, 0.00 inches
    rain/24hrs

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    Yes that's what seems strange. Why would his
    script say that?
    Guess i should be asking him that.
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