[nos-bbs] Crashing every 4 days?

Bob Tenty bobtenty at gmail.com
Thu Oct 10 20:21:39 CDT 2013


Andre,

>shell ifconfig tun0 192.168.1.112 pointopoint 192.168.1.12 mtu 1500 up

linux is 192.168.1.112 and jnos is 192.168.1.12

But you have the following default route with the wrong 192 address.

>route addprivate default tun0 192.168.1.2

Even a 192 address is not needed there..

route addprivate default tun0     is sufficient in your autoexec.nos


73,

Boudewijn (Bob) VE3TOK




On 13-10-10 05:00 AM, on4hu wrote:
> .hello to all
> I try desperately to use with 44net JNOS ... I probably A Error
> configuration found but how?
> OpenVPN from the terminal everything is perfect, but nothing to do to
> pass through tun0 which seems well set
> who can help me, I used LINUX Mgeia-3 and here is my autoexec.nos ..
> that you miss it?
>
> André ON4HU
>
> #==============================================
> # 05.10.2013   Jnos2 autoxec.nos
> #-----------------------------------------------
> #
> #domain addserve 44.144.4.1
> domain cache size 15
> domain cache clean on
> domain suffix ampr.org.
> domain translate n
> domain verbose y
> #
> #-----------------------------------------------
> #
> hostname on4hu.ampr.org
> #
> #-----------------------------------------------
> #global ax25 param
> ax25 mycall on4hu
> ax25 alias MouBBS
> ax25 bbs ON4HU-0
> ax25 version 2
> ax25 t2 2000
> ax25 t3 300000
> ax25 t4 900
> ax25 window 2048
> ax25 blimit 3
> ax25 irtt 3000
> ax25 bcinterval 6000
> ax25 ret 12
> ax25 irtt 2500
> ax25 maxw 7000
> ax25 blimit 3
> ax25 hsize 10
> ax25 maxf 2
> ax25 version 2
> ax25 pacl 256
> #
> #-----------------------------------------------
> #
> ip address 44.144.4.2
> #
> #
> #! /bin/sh
>
> ip ttl 225
> ip rt 4
> tcp mss 216
> ftptdisc 1800
> tcp timertype linea
> tcp irtt 5500
> tcp maxw 9000
> tcp bl 2
> tcp ret 12
> tcp win 2048
> tcp syn on
> ##
> #-------------------------------------------------
> # ETHERNET
> #-------------------------------------------------
> #
> attach tun tun0 1500 0
> pause 1
> ifconfig tun0 ipaddress 192.168.1.12
> ifconfig tun0 netmask 255.255.255.0
> ifconfig tun0 mtu 1500
> ifconfig tun0 descript "Reseau local"
> echo " tun0 has been configured "
> pause 5
> shell ifconfig tun0 192.168.1.112 pointopoint 192.168.1.12 mtu 1500 up
> pause 5
> shell /usr/sbin/arp -s 192.168.1.12 00:24:21:52:81:22 pub
> #
> route addprivate default tun0 192.168.1.2
> route addp 44.0.0.0/8 tun0
> #route addp 192.168.0/24 tun0
> #
> #-------------------------------------------------
> # ARP
> #-------------------------------------------------
> arp eaves tun0 on
> arp eaves encap on
> arp poll tun0 on
> arp poll encap on
> #arp maxq 10
> #
> #------------------------------------------------
> # netrom
> #------------------------------------------------
> #
> attach netrom
> netrom minqual 64
> #
> #------------------------------------------------
> # Each of the servers (services you will provide) must be turned
> # on before they will be active. The following entries turn all
> # of them on. To turn any function off use the command 'stop' after
> # NOS gets fired up, or just comment out the line here.
> #
> start ax25
> start telnet
> start ftp
> start smtp
> start finger
> start remote
> start ttylink
> start forward
> start convers
> start pop3
> start netrom
> #
> #-------------------------------------------------
> echo a
> #
> # Cause the SMTP server to look for new mail to send every 10 minutes
> #
> smtp timer 600
> smtp tdisc 300
> smtp quiet yes
> smtp trace 1
> #smtp hopper y
> #smtp gateway 44.144.195.1
> smtp dtimeout 168
> smtp maxservers 6
> #
> ftpmaxservers 2
> #
> #--------------------------------------------------
> # Cause the SMTP server to queue mail for SMTP mailer or ext. mailer
> #
> smtp mode route
> smtp usemx off
> #
> #-------------------------------------------------
> #
> # These values come into play when you are operating in the
> # AX.25 mode, along with your ax25 mycall entry above.
> #
> # If you want to operate as a digipeater (for those poor souls
> # not operating TCP/IP!), change 'off' to 'on'
> #
> #---------------------------------------------------
> # mailbox
> #---------------------------------------------------
> mbox trace off
> mbox timer 600
> mbox mailfor interval 600
> mbox smtptoo on
> #mbox usersonly uhf on
> mbox fbb 0  #was 2 0=wa7mbl 'ascii'
> #
> mbox tmsg "JNOS version 2.0j/Linux Mageia-3\n"
> mbox fwdinfo "jnos2.0j"
> #mbox qth jo10or
> mbox hadd ON4HU.HT.BEL.EU
> #mbox zip 7700
> mbox mailfor exclude sysop hufwd
> oldbid 24 30
> mbox nrid on
> mbox header on
> mbox tdisc 300
> #
> motd "Vous etes sur on4hu.ampr.org\nMachine LINUX Mageia-3 & JNOS v
> 2.0j\n"
> #
> mbox showalias on
> #mbox alias OPENBCM "telnet on4hu.be 4719"
> #mbox alias XNET "c xnet on4hu-4"
> #
> #mbox attend n
> #
> bulletin return yes
> bulletin date yes
> bulletin check yes
> #
> ftype i
> #---------------------------------------------------
> #
> # Bring in all the variable parameters relating to the outside world.
> # bring in all the remote Tcp/Ip nodes ARP definitions.
> #
> #source /home/on4hu/jnos/etc/nodes.arp
> #
> # Next bring in all the AX25 route and modes definitions.
> #
> # Lastly bring in all the remote Tcp/Ip nodes route definitions.
> #-------------------------------------------------
> # ETHERNET & VPN
> #-------------------------------------------------
> # rip update
> ip upstairs 224.0.0.9
> #purging old routes
> rip ttl 43200
> #start rip client
> start rip
> #accep rip update from AMPRgw
> rip accept 44.0.0.1
> #uncomment this entry to deug or trace the RIP process
> #rip trace 9 /etc/rip.log
> rip trace 9 /jnos/rip.log
> #--------------------------------------------------
> # ENCAP
> #--------------------------------------------------
> ifconfig encap ipaddress 44.144.4.2
> ifconfig encap netmask 255.255.255.255
> ifconfig encap broadcast 255.255.255.255
> echo "encap has been configured for 44.144.4.2"
> #pause 5
> #--------------------------------------------------
> # netrom
> #---------------------------------------------------
> #
> # Get Every NOS node in range to emit their netrom broadcasts
> # to load our tables. Very heavy on bandwidth!!!
> #
> #remote [44.144.00.00}
> #
> #---------------------------------------------------
> #
> #
> # Wake up the SMTP process to start shipping any outstanding mail.
> smtp batch y
> smtp kick
> #
> #---------------------------------------------------
> #
> third-party y
> #
> #---------------------------------------------------
> # expire every 4 hours
> #---------------------------------------------------
> #
> expire 4
> #----------------------------------------------------
> #rspf
> #----------------------------------------------------
> #rspf interface ax3 8 5
> #rspf mode datagram
> #rspf rrhtimer 900
> #rspf suspecttimer 1800
> #rspf timer 900
> #
> #----------------------------------------------------
> # Programming keys
> #----------------------------------------------------
> #
> trace tun0 111
> #trace xnet 111
> #trace ve2hom 111
> #
> #----------------------------------
> # mode convers avec d'autre JNOS
> #----------------------------------
> #
> convers hostname ON4HU_Conv
> convers tdisc 7200
> convers filter mode accept
> #convers filter 44.151.59.57
> #convers filter 44.151.62.6
> #convers link 44.151.59.57
> #
> #convers interf xnet on
> convers interf tun0 on
> #
> #------------------------------------
> # THE END
> #------------------------------------
>
>
>
>
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