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chad5200

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It appears that the emulated RING(ctrl-m)(ctrl-h) process during an incoming telnet connection will run forever if it doesn't receive an ATA(ctrl-m) (I think that is what it is expecting?)... even if you close the incoming telnet connection the emulated RINGs keep going forever waiting for that ATA(ctrl-m) which will never happen.

 

Would it be possible to limit the amounts of RINGs to maybe 10?  And then close the connection?

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@Teleprompter @chad5200

 

I've added a 10 ring timeout to the code. Tested locally with telnet and works fine. Is this something that needs to be configurable or is 10 rings a good fit for most situations? Right now it's hard coded.

 

Test build firmware is available on my personal fork of FujiNet code https://github.com/mozzwald/fujinet-platformio/releases/download/v1.0-pre6/fujinet-ATARI-v1.0-pre6.zip and can be installed with the FujiNet-Flasher following the instructions on the wiki https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/wiki/FujiNet-Flasher#flashing-a-custom-firmware-file

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17 hours ago, mozzwald said:

I've added a 10 ring timeout to the code. Tested locally with telnet and works fine. Is this something that needs to be configurable or is 10 rings a good fit for most situations? Right now it's hard coded.

Tested and works great.  I think a hard coded 10 ring limit is fine.  Thank you!

 

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On 6/13/2023 at 1:21 PM, mozzwald said:

@Teleprompter @chad5200

 

I've added a 10 ring timeout to the code. Tested locally with telnet and works fine. Is this something that needs to be configurable or is 10 rings a good fit for most situations? Right now it's hard coded.

 

Test build firmware is available on my personal fork of FujiNet code https://github.com/mozzwald/fujinet-platformio/releases/download/v1.0-pre6/fujinet-ATARI-v1.0-pre6.zip and can be installed with the FujiNet-Flasher following the instructions on the wiki https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/wiki/FujiNet-Flasher#flashing-a-custom-firmware-file

Take a look at the HAYES Modem emylation in my code here:

 

It has better "S" Register handling...

 

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