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config:sbbs.ini [2019/01/14 23:38]
digital man
config:sbbs.ini [2019/03/24 00:14]
digital man Document the OutboundInterface key (was called OutgoingV4 till recent)
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 **Note**: **Note**:
 Although TCP port numbers may be specified (with ''//<​address>//://​port//''​ syntax) in the ''​*Interface''​ values of the subsequent server sections of this file, the ''​[Global] Interface''​ value **must not** have any port numbers specified. Although TCP port numbers may be specified (with ''//<​address>//://​port//''​ syntax) in the ''​*Interface''​ values of the subsequent server sections of this file, the ''​[Global] Interface''​ value **must not** have any port numbers specified.
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 +=== OutboundInterface ===
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 +Default: ''​0.0.0.0''​ (any available IPv4 interface)
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 +The IPv4 address of the network interface to use for outgoing TCP/IP connections.
  
 === CtrlDirectory === === CtrlDirectory ===
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 If a connection is made to the [[:​server:​Terminal]] server, via any supported protocol, on this TCP port number, the terminal will be assumed to be an 80-column CBM/PETSCII (non-ANSI) terminal (e.g. Commodore 128). Setting this port number does not cause the server to //listen// on this port, so if you desire to support CBM/PETSCII terminal-connections,​ you will also need to add this port number to the ''​TelnetInterface''​ list (for example). If a connection is made to the [[:​server:​Terminal]] server, via any supported protocol, on this TCP port number, the terminal will be assumed to be an 80-column CBM/PETSCII (non-ANSI) terminal (e.g. Commodore 128). Setting this port number does not cause the server to //listen// on this port, so if you desire to support CBM/PETSCII terminal-connections,​ you will also need to add this port number to the ''​TelnetInterface''​ list (for example).
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 +=== OutboundInterface ===
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 +Default: ''​0.0.0.0''​ (any available IPv4 interface)
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 +The IPv4 address of the network interface to use for outgoing TCP/IP connections (i.e. for Telnet and RLogin gateway connections).
  
 === FirstNode === === FirstNode ===

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