: I wan't to use Seyon with a modem attached to Cray's
: RemotePC Server (RPCS). Primarily the RPCS is used for remote
: login on a network, but it also has a dial out function, which
: I want to use with my favorit modem programs - Seyon and minicom.
: 'Dial out' modems on the RPCS are associated with a TCP/IP
: or TELNET address like 220.127.116.11 2001. When I telnet
: to the modem, I can dialup to a BBS but I can't do any down-
: loading with e.g. the zmodem protocol. Also, it isn't funny
: to enter AT commands all the time.
I haven't tried this myself, but Linux Kermit has provisions for a
telnet connection (set host command) that opens a telnet session to the
remote machine. If you are able to telnet it to go to port 2001 instead
of 23, you might be able to get Linux to connect to the dialout server,
and then you'll be able to at least use kermit transfer. Granted it is
slow, but I have seen it work many a times when nothing else worked.