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FromIngo Juergensmann2:2452/413.0Date Write2017-10-04 13:42:06
ToAll0:0/0.0Date Arrived2017-10-04 15:31:24
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Hello everybody!

Still playing around with ifcico and my dial-in modem.

After a reboot it seems that the segfaults are gone, for whatever reasons.

However, I still get no working connect or more exactly a valid connection.
Here is connection made from my Amiga using TrapDoor 1.83 to Linux running
ifcico 2.14tx8.10-23:

==> /var/log/ifmail/ifdebug <==
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering waitchar (1)
statemachine rx_define_type entering nextchar (2)
statemachine rx_define_type entering checkemsi (3)
check "EMSI_DAT00D1" for being EMSI inquery or data
statemachine rx_define_type entering getdat (4)
try get emsi_dat packet starting with "EMSI_DAT00D1"
statemachine rx_define_type exit success (1)
start inbound EMSI session
statemachine rxemsi start checkpkt (4)
statemachine rxemsi entering checkpkt (4)
statemachine rxemsi entering checkdat (5)
got data packet:

































,PUA}{TDZ,DZA,ZAP,ZMO,ARC,XMA,NRQ}{39}{TrapDoor}{1.85}{24374}{IDENT}{[AmigaXess
Point 2, Georgsmarienhuette, GER][][Ingo
Juergensmann][-Unpublished-][57600][]}{TRX#}{[59D4BD6E]}"
remote address: 2:2452/413.2
try locking node 2:2452/413.2
using domain "(null)" for outbound
this is our primary domain
bsy file name is "/var/spool/ftn/outb/0994019d.pnt/00000002.bsy"
creating directory tree for "/var/spool/ftn/outb/0994019d.pnt/aa13027"

==> /var/log/ifmail/iflog <==
Oct 04 10:52:45 local ifcico.ttyS0[13027]: start inbound EMSI session
Oct 04 10:52:45 local ifcico.ttyS0[13027]: remote address:

==> /var/log/ifmail/ifdebug <==
mkdir("/var") errno 17
mkdir("/var/spool") errno 17
mkdir("/var/spool/ftn") errno 17

==> /var/log/ifmail/iflog <==

==> /var/log/ifmail/ifdebug <==
mkdir("/var/spool/ftn/outb") errno 17
mkdir("/var/spool/ftn/outb/0994019d.pnt") errno 17
.bsy file present, check staleness
opened bsy file for pid 4767
found stale bsy file for 2:2452/413.2, unlink

==> /var/log/ifmail/iflog <==
Oct 04 10:52:45 local ifcico.ttyS0[13027]: found stale bsy file for , unlink

==> /var/log/ifmail/ifdebug <==
created lock OK
remote password: secret
unrecognized EMSI proto/option code: "TDZ"

==> /var/log/ifmail/iflog <==
Oct 04 10:52:46 local ifcico.ttyS0[13027]: remote password: (none)
Oct 04 10:52:46 local ifcico.ttyS0[13027]: unrecognized EMSI proto/option code:
""

==> /var/log/ifmail/ifdebug <==
remote uses: TrapDoor [39] version 1.85/24374

Basically this looks good to me: TrapDoor is sending EMSI packet and a password
and ifcico recognizes this password in /var/log/ifmail/ifdebug, but then again
in the following /var/log/ifmail/iflog entry the password is "(none)".

What is going wrong here?

Any help is appreciated! :)

Ingo


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