Re: no handshaking

=?iso-8859-1?Q?Jimmy_M=E4kel=E4?= (jmy@flashback.net)
Tue, 16 Feb 1999 18:30:12 +0100

On Mon, Feb 15, 1999 at 09:55:57PM +0300, Eugene Crosser wrote:
> wrote: > Since noone has answered i'll try again. I really need to get this to
> work
> > again, and I would be very grateful for _ANY_ help.
>
> You are very unlikely to get any help unless you post a detailed and
> accurate description of your problem...a

I don't have that much experience with ifcico, and I don't know anything more
about my problem than what I described. Excactly what do you need to know? As
I wrote in the original letter I try to call my boss and ifcico doesn't start
any EMSI handshaking. Instead he just waits until I see the standard
login-screen of the BBS. I have version 2.14 of ifcico, I'm not sure what
version of ifcico I had on my old computer, and I can't check, but I know for
sure that it worked then.

When i call I get the following output in the syslog:

Feb 16 18:22:03 svampskogen ifcico[2762]: options: Call NoHold PUA WaZOO EMSI
Freqs Zmodem ZedZap Janus Hydra Tcp
Feb 16 18:22:03 svampskogen ifcico[2762]: calling 2:206/233@fidonet (SaruCiTY,
phone 016-515209)
Feb 16 18:22:03 svampskogen ifcico[2762]: chat got "OK", continue
Feb 16 18:22:24 svampskogen ifcico[2762]: chat got "CONNECT", continue
Feb 16 18:23:02 svampskogen ifcico[2762]: Intro: "...."
Feb 16 18:23:02 svampskogen ifcico[2762]: Intro: "...."

And then it continues with the rest of login message as 'Intro: "......."'
strings. On my old computer but with the same configuration ifcico would start
EMSI handshaking after the 'got "CONNECT"'-line, and then download my mail,
now it just stops after echoing the complete welcome screen of my host.

The old message and the log follows just incase something useful is found in
the log.

Sorry if this and/or the last messages sounded stupid or angry, this was not my
meaning but english isn't my native language.

On Tue, Feb 09, 1999 at 07:25:03PM +0100, Jimmy Mkel wrote:
> When i moved to a new computer and installed a new version of ifcico it
> stopped working. It calls up and the just sits there, it doesn't do any
> handshaking and so on. I would be very grateful if anyone could help me out,
> I attach parts of the log.
> --
> jmy@flashback.net - oops! ..wrong stereotype

> start ifcico ver 2.14 of Sun Feb 8 01:00:27 1998, verbose 0x00066200
> applicable option string: "NoHold"
> new options value: 0x0002
> options: Call NoHold PUA WaZOO EMSI Freqs Zmodem ZedZap Janus Hydra Tcp
> calling 2:206/233@fidonet (SaruCiTY, phone 016-515209)
> try opening port "ttyS0" at 38400
> try open
> after open rc=0
> set tty raw
> savetios.c_iflag=0x00000000
> savetios.c_oflag=0x00000000
> savetios.c_cflag=0x800004bf
> savetios.c_lflag=0x00000000
> savetios.c_cc="\003\034\025\004\000\001\000\021\023\032\000\022\017\027\026\000\000s\000\000\000\000\000\000\000\000\000\000\000\000\000"
> file flags: stdin: 0x0800, stdout: 0x0801
> return to blocking mode
> file flags: stdin: 0x0000, stdout: 0x0001
> dialing 016-515209
> send_str "ATZ\r"
> chat got 'A'
> chat got 'T'
> chat got 'Z'
> chat got '\r'
> chat got '\r'
> chat got '\n'
> chat got 'O'
> chat got 'K'
> chat got "OK", continue
> send_str "ATDT\T\r"
> chat got '\r'
> chat got '\n'
> chat got 'A'
> chat got 'T'
> chat got 'D'
> chat got 'T'
> chat got '0'
> chat got '1'
> chat got '6'
> chat got '-'
> chat got '5'
> chat got '1'
> chat got '5'
> chat got '2'
> chat got '0'
> chat got '9'
> chat got '\r'
> chat got '\r'
> chat got '\n'
> chat got 'C'
> chat got 'O'
> chat got 'N'
> chat got 'N'
> chat got 'E'
> chat got 'C'
> chat got 'T'
> chat got "CONNECT", continue
> setting port "/dev/ttyS0" non-local
> start master session type 0 with 2:206/233@fidonet
> statemachine tx_define_type start skipjunk (0)
> statemachine tx_define_type entering skipjunk (0)
> get_buf returning 15 bytes, status=0x00
> getc return ' '
> getc return '2'
> getc return '8'
> getc return '8'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '/'
> getc return 'A'
> getc return 'R'
> getc return 'Q'
> getc return '/'
> getc return 'V'
> getc return '3'
> getc return '4'
> getc return '/'
> get_buf returning 13 bytes, status=0x00
> getc return 'L'
> getc return 'A'
> getc return 'P'
> getc return 'M'
> getc return '/'
> getc return 'V'
> getc return '4'
> getc return '2'
> getc return 'B'
> getc return 'I'
> getc return 'S'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\n'
> get_buf returning 24 bytes, status=0x00
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return 'F'
> getc return 'r'
> getc return 'o'
> getc return 'n'
> getc return 't'
> getc return 'D'
> getc return 'o'
> getc return 'o'
> getc return 'r'
> getc return ' '
> getc return '2'
> getc return '.'
> getc return '2'
> getc return '5'
> getc return '.'
> getc return 'S'
> getc return 'W'
> getc return ';'
> getc return ' '
> getc return 'S'
> getc return 'h'
> getc return 'a'
> get_buf returning 32 bytes, status=0x00
> getc return 'r'
> getc return 'e'
> getc return 'w'
> getc return 'a'
> getc return 'r'
> getc return 'e'
> getc return ';'
> getc return ' '
> getc return 'U'
> getc return 'n'
> getc return 'r'
> getc return 'e'
> getc return 'g'
> getc return 'i'
> getc return 's'
> getc return 't'
> getc return 'e'
> getc return 'r'
> getc return 'e'
> getc return 'd'
> getc return ' '
> getc return 'e'
> getc return 'v'
> getc return 'a'
> getc return 'l'
> getc return 'u'
> getc return 'a'
> getc return 't'
> getc return 'i'
> getc return 'o'
> getc return 'n'
> getc return ' '
> get_buf returning 40 bytes, status=0x00
> getc return 'c'
> getc return 'o'
> getc return 'p'
> getc return 'y'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\n'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\n'
> getc return '*'
> getc return '*'
> getc return 'E'
> getc return 'M'
> getc return 'S'
> getc return 'I'
> getc return '_'
> getc return 'M'
> getc return 'D'
> getc return '5'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '1'
> getc return 'F'
> getc return '<'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '.'
> getc return '1'
> getc return '9'
> getc return '9'
> getc return '9'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '2'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '9'
> getc return '1'
> getc return '8'
> getc return '5'
> getc return '1'
> getc return '5'
> getc return '5'
> get_buf returning 40 bytes, status=0x00
> getc return '0'
> getc return '4'
> getc return '-'
> getc return 'F'
> getc return 'r'
> getc return 'o'
> getc return 'n'
> getc return 't'
> getc return 'D'
> getc return 'o'
> getc return 'o'
> getc return 'r'
> getc return '>'
> getc return 'D'
> getc return '3'
> getc return '5'
> getc return '0'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\n'
> getc return '*'
> getc return '*'
> getc return 'E'
> getc return 'M'
> getc return 'S'
> getc return 'I'
> getc return '_'
> getc return 'R'
> getc return 'E'
> getc return 'Q'
> getc return 'A'
> getc return '7'
> getc return '7'
> getc return 'E'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return '\r'
> getc return 'P'
> getc return 'r'
> get_buf returning 32 bytes, status=0x00
> getc return 'e'
> getc return 's'
> getc return 's'
> getc return ' '
> getc return '<'
> getc return 'E'
> getc return 's'
> getc return 'c'
> getc return '>'
> getc return ' '
> getc return 't'
> getc return 'w'
> getc return 'i'
> getc return 'c'
> getc return 'e'
>

-- 
jmy@flashback.net - why do they call me Mr. Happy?