• Via Line

    From Rick Smith@1:340/202.1 to All on Sunday, November 08, 2020 21:12:22
    Greetings All!

    Looks like my via line is still wrong in netmail... So no matter what aka I use
    to send netmail it puts my fido addy in the via line.. it seemed to work correctly when sending netmail to scinet and I havent confirmed that it doest but fsxnet it is putting my fido addy in instead of my fsxnet aka. I suspect this might be an error in routing? I have tried every combination I can think of and have received help with suggestions from some of you but cant seem to solve it...


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    Rick Smith (Nitro)

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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Rick Smith on Monday, November 09, 2020 14:19:46
    Hi Rick!

    08 Nov 2020 21:12, from Rick Smith -> All:

    Looks like my via line is still wrong in netmail... So no matter what
    aka I use to send netmail it puts my fido addy in the via line.. it
    seemed to work correctly when sending netmail to scinet and I havent confirmed that it doest but fsxnet it is putting my fido addy in
    instead of my fsxnet aka. I suspect this might be an error in
    routing?

    How should it be a routing issue? (if you send out the wrong Via)
    I assume it is a config issue on your side.
    Check the husky tparser output, I am quit sure that you missed somewhere something in your config ;)

    CU, Ricsi

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  • From Rick Smith@1:340/202 to Richard Menedetter on Monday, November 09, 2020 08:29:00
    Greetings Richard!

    Monday November 09 2020 14:19, you wrote to me about an urgent matter!:

    Hi Rick!

    08 Nov 2020 21:12, from Rick Smith -> All:


    How should it be a routing issue? (if you send out the wrong Via)
    I assume it is a config issue on your side.
    Check the husky tparser output, I am quit sure that you missed
    somewhere something in your config ;)

    Oh because other sysops have looked over the cfgs and routing was the only issue or possible issue Identified... I have run tparser I dont see anything that has "errors" but there are pages and pages of output... I have it in a txt
    file if you wish to see it...


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    Rick Smith (Nitro)

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  • From Kai Richter@2:240/77 to Rick Smith on Monday, November 09, 2020 16:02:12
    Hello Rick!

    08 Nov 20, Rick Smith wrote to All:

    Looks like my via line is still wrong in netmail... So no matter what
    aka I use to send netmail it puts my fido addy in the via line.

    Fix the other end then. Integrate fsxnet into the fidonet zone 1 structure and you can use the existing infrastructure and via lines. ;)

    Do you have a catch all routing in your config? What kind of flag does have your mail and your route config? I'm not sure if a catch all fetches another zones mail and send it to the catch all destination. If your scinet is working i would compare the scinet config to the fsxnet and try to adjust fsxnet identically.

    Regards

    Kai

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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Rick Smith on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 14:48:06
    Hi Rick!

    09 Nov 2020 08:29, from Rick Smith -> Richard Menedetter:

    I have run tparser I dont see anything that has "errors" but there are pages and pages of output...
    I have it in a txt file if you wish to see it...

    Usually it is somewhere were you entered your fido address, but it should be the address of the othernet there.
    I am part of multiple othernets and have no issue.
    So I am quit sure it is a wrong configuration on your side.

    Sorry ... I currently do not have the time to go through your config.
    (And also beware because I think the tparser output contains also the passwords!)

    Just look for places where it should use the othernet info, but you have entered the fido info there.

    CU, Ricsi

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