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avon added additional switches
introduction [2019/03/23 20:59] (current)
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 protocols. ​ It can support one or all of the following: protocols. ​ It can support one or all of the following:
  
-TELNET, RLOGIN, SSH, BINKP, FTP, NNTP, POP3, SMTP, Events+TELNET, RLOGIN, SSH, BINKP, FTP, NNTP, POP3, SMTP, HTTP, Events
  
 Note that the POP3, SMTP servers are used for Mystic BBS internal '​Email'​ only at this time. The Events system is used by Mystic to call other programs based on time of day or as semaphores are created that trigger events such as importing echomail and/or netmail. Note that the POP3, SMTP servers are used for Mystic BBS internal '​Email'​ only at this time. The Events system is used by Mystic to call other programs based on time of day or as semaphores are created that trigger events such as importing echomail and/or netmail.
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 Entries in both BLACKLIST.TXT and WHITELIST.TXT can contain a mixture of both IPV4 and IPV6 addresses and can contain a single wildcard, using an asterisk to mask an IP range. ​ For example "​127.*"​ would block any IPV4 address that begins with "​127."​. ​ IPV6 works in the same way, expand the IPV6 address up to the point where you want to wildcard it, such as "​014f:​*"​ Entries in both BLACKLIST.TXT and WHITELIST.TXT can contain a mixture of both IPV4 and IPV6 addresses and can contain a single wildcard, using an asterisk to mask an IP range. ​ For example "​127.*"​ would block any IPV4 address that begins with "​127."​. ​ IPV6 works in the same way, expand the IPV6 address up to the point where you want to wildcard it, such as "​014f:​*"​
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 +Refer also to the [[config_edit_ip_blacklist|Edit IP Blacklist]] and [[config_edit_ip_whitelist|Edit IP Whitelist]] sections of the Wiki.
  
 === DUPLICATE IP CONNECTIONS === === DUPLICATE IP CONNECTIONS ===
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 Optional switches for FIDOPOLL are: Optional switches for FIDOPOLL are:
  
-  FIDOPOLL LIST          - List configured Echomail nodes +  FIDOPOLL LIST           ​- List configured Echomail nodes 
-  FIDOPOLL ROUTE         ​- Show netmail route information +  FIDOPOLL ROUTE          - Show netmail route information 
-  FIDOPOLL SEND          - Only send/poll if node has new outbound messages +  FIDOPOLL SEND           ​- Only send/poll if node has new outbound messages 
-  FIDOPOLL FORCED [type] - Poll/send to all nodes of session [type] (blank/​all) +  FIDOPOLL FORCED [type] ​ - Poll/send to all nodes of session [type] (blank/​all) 
-  FIDOPOLL [Address] ​    ​- Poll/send echomail node [Address] (ex: 46:1/100) +  FIDOPOLL [Address] ​     - Poll/send echomail node [Address] (ex: 46:1/100) 
-  FIDOPOLL SEARCH [data] - Search nodelist for [DATA] can be address or text +  FIDOPOLL SEARCH [data] ​ - Search nodelist for [DATA] can be address or text 
-  FIDOPOLL KILLBUSY ​     - Reset busy flags for all echomail nodes+  FIDOPOLL KILLBUSY ​[ALL] - Reset busy flags for all echomail nodes 
 +                            "​ALL"​ also kills application busy files and should 
 +                            only be used when Mystic+Utilities are NOT running
  
 EchoMail nodes are configured in the Mystic BBS Configuration System under the '​Configuration'​ menu. EchoMail nodes are configured in the Mystic BBS Configuration System under the '​Configuration'​ menu.
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