- To: firstname.lastname@example.org, sserve!IDS.JVNC.NET!mikebw
- Subject: TTYLINK Question
- From: "Carl Makin" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 10 Jan 92 10:24:15 +11:00:00
>>> Has anybody tweaked the ttylink code to allow a ttylink connection (telnet
>>> port 87) to be re-directed to a COM# async port? My reason for wanting this
>> I'm working on making a telnet to port 23 do this. Basically, turning ka9q
>> into a modem or async host (or whatever you want to attach) server.
> Do you really want a remote user to have to capability to send raw data
> directly to an interface? This starts to get far afield of what most
Yes. We'd like to access equipment that only talks RS-232C
remotely via NOS.
> code to do it is trivial, but anyone who has tried to write a "door"
> in the landline BBS world will quickly appreciate the problem of having
> a whole new "raw interface" server.
What problems do you see with this? (Aside from the