Re: routing packets with ifcico

Eugene Crosser (
Thu, 7 Aug 1997 22:40:56 +0400 (MSD)

> 40:3000/1 phone 40:3000/99 tcp/ip 40:2000/1
> MSDOS <----------> Linux <----------> OS/2
> Frontdoor line Ifcico Maindoor

If you want real transit transfer of packets, you'd rather configure
uugetty to tunnel fidonet calls directly to the os/2 machine. Routing
of *packets* is not easily done with ifmail. Although, you may
gateway netmail and echomail, and then route it back to ifmail (to
another node) with unix means.

Another option is to write a script that would move packets from inbound
directory to outbound. But this may be quite a delicate task.