For anybody that's not using a UDS10 and would like to connect to a BBS using tcpser, I have some switch settings that may work for you. I had been messing with tcpser and couldn't seem to get it work. I stumbled onto the -i"&c0" switch and it seemed to do the trick. It apparently forces the DTR line high. The switches are set for COM1 on a Windows XP box running at 2400 baud. You'll have to change the -d or -s switch if your COM port or speed is different.
tcpser -d /dev/ttyS0 -s 2400 -l 4 -p 23 -t Ss -i"&c0"
I'm using a standard TIRS232 card in a PEB. I've gotten Telco to work with these settings, but I haven't been able to get Stuart's web browser to work yet. It says it resolves the IP address, but fails to download the page.
Edited by sprintcarfan, Sat Mar 7, 2015 10:06 AM.