Started by Duke, 21:11, 21 March 18
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Quote from: jomicamp on 01:56, 29 March 18Itried typing telnet amstrad.simulant.uk 464 but it did not work...
Quote from: blackdalek on 15:51, 29 March 18I'm guessing telnet servers that make use of colour or special extended ASCII characters are impossible to view?
Quote from: Duke on 16:52, 29 March 18Try typing amstrad.simulant.uk:464I could connect, but later some garbage comes out.
Quote from: reidrac on 17:44, 02 April 18I tried to connect to http://bbs.fozztexx.com/ and this client doesn't seem to work as expected because I think it is sending CR LF and the server expects only CR (perhaps?).The server is new and experimental, so it could be also a problem on their side. Could it be possible to configure few things on the client? For example: only send CRs.
Quote from: ukmarkh on 04:28, 29 May 18When using telnet, does anyone else get a black screen... I noticed someone below mentioned they had a problem a while back, did this ever get resolved?
Quote from: adolfo.pa on 10:46, 29 May 18I had the same problem, and I fixed it by copying the file manually into the SD card. In my first attempt, I had downloaded the client into the M4 using |httpget, and the resulting telnet.bin file was missing some bytes. I didn't investigate it further, so no idea what happened there.
Quote from: Takis Kalatzis on 20:58, 25 March 18How difficult would it be to setup a globally accessible telnet based chat server? I used to be in a Greece based one (it was called Homecoming and was hosted in National Technical University of Athens - NTUA). It had several rooms, you could pm someone and it was really really nice. Do not know which exact software it was running but we would connect via telnet. Come on, you guys, wouldn't you like all the crazy Amstrad forum maniacs inside a chat room?
Quote from: simulant on 22:37, 03 August 18It would be great if you could github the source code and open up the project for more work
QuoteAnother thought that may be easier is if a driver for the m4 could be made to emulate the pace rs232 connection.
Quote from: Duke on 08:45, 04 August 18I will give the source a quick clean next week and put it up.I don't think it will be straight forward to do, but I'll take a look.
QuoteCPC/IP v0.20, a TCP/IP stack for Amstrad CPCs. Includes: - An Amstrad/Pace serial interface driver - A CPC Amstrad Int'l serial interface driver - A loopback driver - A SLIP layer - A PPP layer - IP and ICMP layers (so can be pinged) - UDP and TCP layers - A resolver - A DNS server - A TFTP server, write-only - An HTTP/0.9 server - A ping client - A host client - A finger client - A telnet client - Source
Quote from: Duke on 07:44, 07 August 18Here is the source code for the super simple basic telnet client:https://github.com/M4Duke/M4examples/blob/master/telnet.sFeel free to use for whatever you wish. Would be great if someone improves on it.. Otherwise I will have to re-visit it some day.Edit:Added some ANSI escape codes + you can press TAB to pause and TAB again to resume.
Quote from: simulant on 17:31, 07 August 18The new version is giving me a "Type mismatch error" when I try and run it at the moment...
Quote from: Duke on 18:57, 07 August 18Oups, I uploaded the binary without amsdos header Fixed now.It still struggles with your server, I think there is some negotiation going bad
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