This is not about any translation project. It is about creating bridge for old unix messenger program called talk.
Sorry for being a bit slow here, but: i know talk (somewhat like prehistoric IRC) and i know bridges (devices which connect networks at layer 2).
I just fail to see the connection between these two. You can start a talk-connection whenever you have IP-connectivity (and there is no firewall interfering by blocking necessary ports or something such). How would a bridge fit into this scenario? Care to explain in bit more detail what you want to do?
Well I was planning to bridge it to Matrix. Altough talk is obsolete, there would be still use for it if you could use it with modern networks. I found this GNU Talk source codes from SourceForge by browsing the web. Perhaps I could start hacking the bridge on top of those source codes.
Well I cannot be too certain of the setup, since it's a stock firmware, but I have a cheap Belkin wireless-n router and wanted to get some ideas of what may be going on while I've a few moments to ramble on about my problems... I requested the GPL source so I've just been pondering while waiting to... (0 Replies)
I was trying to hooking up several computers into my openindiana server box, the server box has few RJ45 gigabit ethernet. The desired hierarchy of the network will be shown as on the picture attached. I would like to connect each host into my gigabit ethernet because of me and my... (2 Replies)
I have an UTM that has 4 ports. I was bridged two ports of it. my pc wired to one port and other one to network. Now I can ping my default gateway but it doesn't work(I haven't access to internet) even http of gateway, what happened? what route I should added?
Thanks in advance.:confused: (0 Replies)
I have the manpage for this utility on my system, but the utility itself is not there.
My friend has the utility, but it does not work, not even on the same machine.
Does anyone remember it? What software package is it related to? Where is it configured? (1 Reply)
Here is the scenario:
I use an OpenBSD 2.9 box as my firewall and gateway at the house. One of the boxes behind my OpenBSD box is my FreeBSDBox.
I would like to be able to use port forwarding with SSH to enable a secure connection from work to the OpenBSD box and to have the OpenBSD box... (6 Replies)