Tue, 18 Feb 2003 19:54:17 -0600
Hi Doc Fagner!
You need to come by and see the pictures of the new F-16C cockpit I just
bought. Its awesome. I also bought another real F-16 ACES II and a true
F-15 ACES II. I will be shipping it in the next week or two.
I have pictures on my pc.
I love being able to talk OFF TOPIC...How nice. I hope the LED soldering
crowd doesnt push me out of this fourm too! ; )
PS Hi to all the other off topic freaks out there. I miss the chats!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Fagner" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 7:44 PM
Subject: RE: [simpits-chat] Framed
> Hey Stig, this is off Brian's topic (sorry Brian, I'm stuck on this one)
> maybe you can help me. I have a buddy of mine who just recently moved to
> Spain. He used to live in New Jersey and we would play Falcon 4 online
> the time. He had a static and I had a dynamic IP behind a router and I
> would open ports and add the command line to falcon.exe -ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xx
> of my cable modem's IP address and we could play just fine.
> Now I have the static ip address and can hook into the Jetnet (Falcon's
> online game server) but he has a private IP address in the 10.2.x.x range.
> We cannot get him to hook into any server (or hook into my machine) to
> online. We have opened the needed ports (we think) but he doesn't seem to
> be behind a mappable IP address, only a private one. How can we get
> this so he can play online? He is able to use Roger Wilco and I have a
> station set up and we can talk to each other smooth as butter.
> Any help from you or anyone would be greatly appreciated. By the way,
> someone either in the chat or Tech group recommended using 2 soundcards to
> pipe the sound effects through one and the voice comms of roger wilco
> through the other. Well, I can tell you first hand it works like a champ
> (I'm using XP pro). I couldn't believe I didn't have any conflicts with
> this working.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com
> On Behalf Of Stig Joergensen
> Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 6:27 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: [simpits-chat] Framed
> Here is an example of using telnet as a mail program....
> start telnet in dos prompt :
> "c:\>telnet 192.168.2.2 25"
> (192.168.2.2 is my mailserver, change that to the mailserver on campus)
> the server will answer your request with something like (in the example
> this is a:)
> "220 ESMTP ready at Wed, 19 Feb 2003 01:06:43 +0100"
> now type ( following is this t:)
> a: 250 mail.clearsky.dk Hello [192.168.2.18]
> t: MAIL From: email@example.com
> a: 250 2.1.0 firstname.lastname@example.org....Sender OK
> t: RCPT To: email@example.com
> a: 250 2.1.5 firstname.lastname@example.org
> t: DATA
> a: 354 Start mail input; end with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
> t: this is a test mail
> t: .
> a: 250 2.6.0 <Ks6qisdBzPO0000000b@mail.clearsky.dk> Queued mail for
> and woila - the mail is delivered
> t: QUIT
> for ending the session......
> as you can see from this example it is quite easy to send a mail - even
> without a mailing program....
> be aware of the above should work with all mailserver though the
> response from the mail server might not the same, unless they are
> running "MS exchange server 2k"
> if you can use this example, go ahead - and from the IT department get
> the firewall logs (but be careful here - you might open a can of worms
> as they will be searching for your ip address, and in doing so they will
> see what else you have done on the "net", such as downloading mp3s)
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Gene Buckle [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: 19. februar 2003 00:40
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Re: [simpits-chat] Framed
> > > Subscribe conformation was in place, Gene. The Dean
> > recieved the email
> > > asking to confirm for the mailing list, she sent that to IT
> > and they emailed
> > > the newsletter people. At least, I think that's the way it
> > was set up. I
> > > gave the wrong copy of my information to my Commander, I
> > left myself with
> > > the copy with less info, I think. Basically, IT asked the
> > newsletter people
> > > who subscribed that email address, and the newsletter
> > people responded with
> > > one line: my IP address.
> > >
> > I would still want to see the full headers. If there is a
> > line in there
> > that says: your.ip.address [other.ip.address], the ip
> > address between the
> > brackets is the real address. It could also read: your.hostname.edu
> > [other hostname or ip address]
> > > all work out, I'm sure, I just wanted to go to my hearing with some
> > > semi-professional oppinions backing me up on what might
> > have happened.
> > If it helps, I run my own mail servers so I know what I'm
> > talking about.
> > There are others on this list that are equally as skilled.
> > I'm sure we'd
> > be happy to eat 'em alive for you. :)
> > g.
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