OpenBCM V1.07b12 (Linux)

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:: PASSWORD ::
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If sysop enable password support, each user can setup an own AX25 password.
To use HTTP and POP3 the own name is used as password.
If you login via other nets sysop must setup ttypassword for those users.

Overview:
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 account           possible password type        commands
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all:
 AX25            BayCom, MD2, MD5, Priv      a pw, a pwline, a loginpwtype, pw
 AX25-S&F        BayCom, MD2, MD5, Priv      a pw, a sfpwtype
 sysop           BayCom, MD2, MD5, Priv      sysop, priv, md2, md5
only DOS:
 phone modem     TTY password                a ttypw (only sysop)
only Linux and Windows:
 telnet          TTY password                a ttypw (only sysop)
 telnet-S&F      BayCom, MD2, MD5, Priv, TTY a pw, a sfpwtype and a ttypw
 POP3 (ampr.org) name                        a name
 POP3 (internet) TTY password                a ttypw (only sysop)
 SMTP (ampr.org) name                        a name
 SMTP (internet) TTY password                a ttypw (only sysop)
 HTTP (ampr.org) name                        a name
 HTTP (internet) TTY password                a ttypw (only sysop)

Command "PRIV" can be used if a file "<call>.bcm" or "priv.bcm" exists.
Sysop passwords must be setup in file "passwd.bcm".

For HTTP/POP3 logins the password must contain "DUMMY" (in capital letters).
Use your name as password when using ampr.org, which is set with "alter name"
via AX25 login.

When using SMTP, normally POP3 is needed before SMTP. It's not needed if you
set "alter unsecuresmtp 1".

See also HELP ALTER PW, HELP USERSF PASSWORD, HELP ALTER PWLINE,
         HELP MD2, HELP ALTER TTYPW, HELP ALTER SFPWTYPE und
         HELP ALTER LOGINPWTYPE

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