Mass Transfer and a number of other TIPI utilities have been added to
the URL ftp.whtech.com/TIPI.
Geneve in stock format is not working properly with the Geneve. Second issue is to write a disk manager for it.
As far as the TI-99/4A, there is no issue.
I do not have anything setup with ssh for the TI. I'm not even aware of what
would be needed.
I'm trying to fully understand your concerns. Are you worried about someone
trying to telnet into your system? Or, is it dealing with telnetting out of
your system. I know the telnet session is not encrypted, but outside of signing in, not sure what one may have that could be at risk.
Here on my BBS, my AT&T provided router allows me to port forward. So, when
you telnet into my Windows Mystic BBS, you are using port 9640, not port 23.
And, my Windows computer is listening on port 9640 and responds appropriately.
As far as the TIPI, the Raspberry PI has some default configuration and it is
not going to see any connections unless the router port forwards anything to
The Raspberry PI is run some flavor of Linux. Not sure which off the top of
my head. Now, the TIPI itself talks to python scripts on the PI, however the
TIPI itself is running 9900 assembly out of the DSR space.
Now, if you are wanting to use the TIPI on a TI for a BBS, I am not sure that
specific potential is there unless you want to use the TIPI for file storage
rather than telnet capability. Outbound Telnet is fine, the issue I understand deals with the inbound connection. If you want to run a BBS, get
a WiModem232 and a TIPI for file access. At the moment though, I do not know
what existing BBS software would do on file uploads and downloads. I know with MXT as a terminal emulator, all was well. Just not sure what kind of file access a BBS uses.
I still have SCART Genies available.
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* Origin: 9640 News BBS (80:774/27)
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