[App_rpt-users] Control States

David Osborn david.osborn at manx.net
Sun Apr 23 12:38:06 EDT 2017


Yes, they work well.

I use it to modify timeout behaviour for news broadcasts etc.

lnkena and lnkdis would allow/disallow incoming connections.

I've not tried it, but ufena and ufdis may have the same effect on users making outgoing connections (or issuing any commands)

There are examples in the rpt.conf sample files.

What are you looking to achieve?

David Osborn
GD4HOZ

-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Mahler [mailto:kizzy at lusfiber.net] 
Sent: 23 April 2017 14:06
To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Control States

Has anyone tried "controlstates"?  Changing them while app_rpt is running?

Bumping,

...STeve


On 4/20/2017 10:12 AM, Steve Mahler wrote:
> Has anyone found way to use controlstates (or anything else) to allow:
>
> 1. No new incoming connections, but allow outgoing connections.
>
> 2. Allow new incoming connections, but no new outgoing connections.
>
> ...STeve
>
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