Re: WC, IREX, BINKIT Error

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To: ROB SWINDELL, From: LEE GREEN
Time: Sunday, 9-15-19, 1:26
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->   Re: Re: WC, IREX, BINKIT Error
->   By: Kurt Weiske to Rob Swindell on Sat Sep 14 2019 10:13 am

->  > -=> Rob Swindell wrote to LEE GREEN <=-
->  >
->  >  RS> If you could have the link send me the equivalent BinkIT log
output
->  >  RS> from those sessions, that'd help to determine *why* it's
dropping the
->  >  RS> connection.
->  >
->  > I'm the link, I don't see a lot of logging in my fido.log file. Is
there a
->  > log somewhere else for binkit sessions outside of the file specified
in
->  > echocfg?

One thing I noticed that if Kurt POLLS ME and sends me a packet that the
connection is closed without an error (see log below). Normally I POLL
HIM every hour.

===============================================================
- 12:25:45  Incoming BinkD connect from 67.180.133.226.
% 12:25:45  BinkP: SYS realitycheckBBS
% 12:25:45  BinkP: ZYZ Kurt Weiske
% 12:25:45  BinkP: LOC Aptos, CA
% 12:25:45  BinkP: NDL 115200,TCP,BINKP
% 12:25:45  BinkP: TIME Sat Sep 14 2019 12:25:43 GMT-0700 (Pacific
Daylight Time)
% 12:25:45  BinkP: VER BinkIT/2.27,JSBinkP/1.118,sbbs3.17c/Win32
binkp/1.1
% 12:25:45  BinkP: 1:218/700@fidonet 1:218/1@fidonet 1:218/0@fidonet
1:10/1@fidonet 1:10/0@fidonet 46:1/115@agoranet 10:102/6@araknet
21:4/122@fsxnet 618:300/16@micronet 618:300/1@micronet
700:100/20@spooknet
% 12:25:45  BinkP: 9:91/4@survnet
* 12:25:46  Received from 1:218/700: 0074012b.SA0, (28633 bytes)
- 12:25:47  Connection closed.

=================================================================

Kurt have you found any log as described by Rob below?

-> For incoming BinkP sessions, the BinkIT activity is logged where your
-> "services" activity is logged. In Windows, that'd be in the "Services"
window
-> of the Synchronet control planel. Like this (copy/pasted from sbbsctrl):
->   9/14  02:45:44p  8116 BINKP connection accepted from: 67.180.133.226
port
-> 62645
->   9/14  02:45:45p  8116 BINKP Hostname: c-67-180-133-226.hsd1.ca.comcast.
net
-> [67.180.133.226]
->   9/14  02:45:47p  8116 BINKP BinkIT/2.27 invoked with options:
->   9/14  02:45:47p  8116 BINKP JSBinkP/1.120 inbound connection from
-> 67.180.133.226:62645
->   9/14  02:45:48p  8116 BINKP Peer version:
-> BinkIT/2.27,JSBinkP/1.118,sbbs3.17c/Win32 binkp/1.1
->   9/14  02:45:48p  8116 BINKP Remote addresses: 1:10/1@fidonet
1:10/0@fidonet
-> 1:218/700@fidonet 1:218/1@fidonet 1:218/0@fidonet 46:1/115@agoranet
-> 10:102/6@araknet 21:4/122@fsxnet 618:300/16@micronet 618:300/1@micronet
-> 700:100/20@spooknet 9:91/4@survnet
->   9/14  02:45:48p  8116 BINKP Inbound session for: 1:218/700@fidonet
->   9/14  02:45:48p  8116 BINKP CRAM-MD5 password match for
1:218/700@fidonet
->   9/14  02:45:49p  8116 BINKP service thread terminated (0 clients
remain, 0
-> total, 983 served)

-> On *nix, this is typically found in your syslog output when running sbbs
-> daemonized.

-> For outgoing BinkP sessions, the BinkIT activity is found where your
"Events"
-> are logged, on Windows, that'd be the "Events" window of the Synchronet
Control
-> Panel, like this:

->   9/14  02:38:00p  Running timed event: BINKPOLL
->   9/14  02:38:01p  BINKPOLL BinkIT/2.27 invoked with options: -p
->   9/14  02:38:04p  BINKPOLL Attempting poll for node 1:218/700@fidonet
->   9/14  02:38:04p  BINKPOLL JSBinkP/1.120 callout to 1:218/700@fidonet
started
->   9/14  02:38:04p  BINKPOLL Connecting to 1:218/700@fidonet at
-> f700.n218.z1.binkp.net:24554
->   9/14  02:38:06p  BINKPOLL Peer version:
-> BinkIT/2.27,JSBinkP/1.118,sbbs3.17c/Win32 binkp/1.1
->   9/14  02:38:06p  BINKPOLL Authentication successful: secure
->   9/14  02:38:06p  BINKPOLL Attempting poll for node 1:103/13@fidonet
->   9/14  02:38:06p  BINKPOLL JSBinkP/1.120 callout to 1:103/13@fidonet
started
->   9/14  02:38:06p  BINKPOLL Connecting to 1:103/13@fidonet at
-> f13.n103.z1.binkp.net:24554
->   9/14  02:38:06p  BINKPOLL Peer version:
-> BinkIT/2.27,JSBinkP/1.121,sbbs3.17c/FreeBSD binkp/1.1
->   9/14  02:38:06p  BINKPOLL Authentication successful: secure
->   9/14  02:38:06p  Timed event: BINKPOLL returned 0

-> You can adjust the logging verbosity by changing the LogLevel value
either in
-> your sbbs.ini or using the controls in sbbsctrl.

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