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Eagle Verify Door for PCB 14.x - Calls the user back. Can be set for LD and Local or Local calls only. Updates security level, adds time, and can adjust expiration date. Very smooth operation. Easy to configure and mai
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Eagle Verify Door for PCB 14.x – Calls the user back. Can be set for LD and Local or Local calls only. Updates security level, adds time, and can adjust expiration date. Very smooth operation. Easy to configure and mai
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Contents of the EVCONFIG.DOC file





Eagle Verify Door v2.1d 21 November 1990


E A G L E W a r e 1987,1988,1989,1990





EagleWare Software Engineering
c/o Rick Prince
P.O. Box 30416
Yukon Station
Jacksonville, FL 32230


EAGLE VERIFY DOOR CONFIGURATION USER'S GUIDE
[ EVCONFIG.EXE ]

Version 2.1d
November 21, 1990

Use the following DATA TABLE when setting up the door with
EVCONFIG.EXE. The table show the limits of each field when prompted for
input. The door will ONLY work with PCBoard 14.5! You MUST run PCBmodem
on your modems in order to ensure that the door will work correctly.
Use PCBmodem dated 10-23-90 or later.

BBS NAME = MAX 25 CHAR'S
MODEM DIALING COMMAND = MAX 19 CHAR'S
ALLOW LONG DISTANCE CALLS = MAX 1 CHAR (Y/N)
PATH/FILENAME TO CALLERS LOG = MAX 56 CHAR'S
ALLOW DUPLICATE CALLS TO FOUND PHONE NUMBERS = MAX 1 CHAR (Y/N)
LOCAL AREA CODE = MAX 3 CHAR'S (999)
ALLOW COMMENT 2 FIELD BE WRITTEN TO USERS RECORD = MAX 1 (Y/N)
SHOW USERS PHONE NUMBER MATCHES = MAX 1 CHAR (Y/N)
PHONE NUMBER USED TO BE WRITTEN TO USERS RECORD = MAX 1 CHAR (Y/N)
ALLOW DOOR TO ADJUST EXPIRATION DATES = MAX 1 CHAR (Y/N)
NUMBERS OF DAYS TO ADJUST EXPIRATION DATES = MAX 3 NUMBERS (999)
MIN SECURITY TO ACCESS DOOR = MAX 3 NUMBERS (999)
MAX SECURITY GIVEN = MAX 3 NUMBERS (999)
EXTRA TIME IN MINUTES = MAX 2 NUMBERS (99)
MODEM CONNECT DELAY LOOP = MAX 2 NUMBERS (99)
TIME TABLE START-END TIMES = MAX 4 NUMBERS (0000 THRU 2359)
DISCONNECT ALL USERS UPON SECCESSFUL VERIFICATION = MAX 1 CHAR (Y/N)

KEYS:

Arrow Keys - Move from one field to the next
F10 - Save and Exit
ESC - Abort and Exit
F9 - Go to long distance time table setup

NOTE: The "Allow Long Distance Calls" must = Y
in order to activate the F9 key.

PGUP/PGDN - Move from one day to the next within the long
distance time table setup.

NOTE: the long distance time table will only be
available if you allow long distance calling by
answering Y (Yes) to that field.

ANY KEY except the ABOVE will be interpreted as you want to enter new
data in that field !!!

Use your ARROW keys to move around within the configuration editor.
Pressing ENTER, or any key other than the ARROW keys, will clear the
field you're currently on and wait for your input. ESC will exit and
not save your changes. F10 will exit and save.


SETTING UP THE DOOR WITH EVCONFIG.EXE:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

BBS NAME:
~~~~~~~~
Enter the name of your BBS
Limited to 25 characters
(ie: The Eagle's Nest BBS)

MODEM DIALING COMMAND:
Enter your modem's dialing command
Limited to 19 characters
(ie: ATX4M1DT)

NOTE: HST modems can utilize anything up to X7 as the result code.
Set this to X4 so that the extra results codes are NOT returned back
to the door. If you wish, use M1 to turn your speaker on so that you
can test and troubleshoot the door. The Hayes compatible "AT" command
must be the beginning of the string and "DT" must end the string.
Withough the quotes, of course.

NOTE: If you have a V42 modem and experience problems with other high
speed modems using the door and appearing to lock-up (the remote
keyboard doesn't seem to respond) use the following string for your
dialing command:

ATM1&A1&K0DT

Make sure you also add &K2 to the PCBoard initialization string in
PCBoard Setup if you have to use the above command with your V42
modem!

ALLOW LONG DISTANCE CALLS:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter Y or N
Limited to 1 character
(ie: Y = Yes / N = No)

PATH/FILENAME TO CALLERS LOG:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter the path and filename of your callers log
Limited to 56 characters
(ie: C:\PCB\MAIN\CALLER)

ALLOW DUPLICATE CALLS TO FOUND PHONE NUMBERS:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter Y or N
Limited to 1 character
(ie: Y = Yes / N = No)

* This function is used when searching the VERIFY.FON file for a
match against what a user enters as his phone number. If you set this
to Y (Yes) and the phone number he entered is found to match one
already contained in the VERIFY.FON file, then the call will be
allowed, but noted in your callers log. If you set this to N (No)
then if a match is found they will be shown the SORRY.VD/VDG file and
the call will NOT be allowed and the user will be returned back to
the board.

LOCAL AREA CODE:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter your local area code number
Limited to 3 numbers (ie: 904)


ALLOW COMMENT 2 FIELD BE WRITTEN TO USERS RECORD:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter Y or N
Limited to 1 character
(ie: Y = Yes / N = No)

* This function when switched on (Y) will write the following to the
users record comment field 2: "Eagle Verified User." Set this switch
to N if you do not want this.

SHOW USERS PHONE NUMBER MATCHES:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter Y or N
Limited to 1 character
(ie: Y = Yes / N = No)

* This function when switched on (Y) will let the user know if the
number they entered is found in the VERIFY.FON file during the search
for a match. Setting this switch to off (N) will not display the
match to the user, but will display it on the local screen only.

PHONE NUMBER USED TO BE WRITTEN TO USERS RECORD:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter Y or N
Limited to 1 character
(ie: Y = Yes / N = No)

* This function when switched on (Y) will insert into the users
record the number they used for the call. It will be inserted into
the Business/Data Phone Number field of their user record.

ALLOW DOOR TO ADJUST EXPIRATION DATES:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter Y or N
Limited to 1 character !
(ie: Y = Yes / N = No)

* This function if switched on (Y) will allow you to move to the
field in the configuration program to enter the number of days to
adjust the expiration date of the user. If you have this switch set
to off (N) you cannot enter data in the "Number of days to adjust
expiration dates field". This function allow the door to adjust the
users expiration date. Set this to off (N) if you do not want the
door to adjust new users expiration dates.

NUMBERS OF DAYS TO ADJUST EXPIRATION DATES:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter a number from 0 to 999
Limited to 3 numbers
(ie: 0 = no expiration date - set to 00/00/00)
(ie: 365 = set to ONE YEAR ahead of todays date, that is the date
of the successful verification callback of the user. If
todays date is 03/11/90 and the call is successful then
door will automatically set the expiration date to
03/10/91. If another new user uses the door the next day
then the expiration date will be set to 03/12/91.
etc...)

MIN SECURITY TO ACCESS DOOR:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter a number from 1 to 999
Limited to 3 numbers
(ie: 10 = ONLY users with a security level of 10 can access the
door.)
(ie: 40 = Only users with a security level of 40 can access the
door.)


MAX SECURITY GIVEN:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter a number from 1 to 999
Limited to 3 numbers
(ie: 50 = Security level 50 is given to all new user who
successfully complete the verification callback. This
includes all setting as set in your PWRD file for that
security level upon returning to the board.

EXTRA TIME IN MINUTES:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter a number from 0 to 99
Limited to 2 numbers
(ie: 0 = No additional time is given to the user upon returning to
the board. Only what you have set in the PWRD file is
used.)

(ie: 10 = 10 minutes will be added to the users time upon returning
to the board. This is in addition to the time allowed
that is set in you PWRD file for the security level given
the user upon completing the door. This is a "one time"
deal, for their current call.

MODEM CONNECT DELAY LOOP:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter a number from 10 to 99
Limited to 2 numbers
(ie: 25 = Wait 25 seconds for the user to make a connection. This
is the amount of time that it takes for the phone to
dial out, ring the caller, and the caller to type in
ATA. You should try 25 seconds as the minimum for local
calling only setups. If you allow long distance calls,
then you should set this to about 30 seconds.
Experiment with this number and adjust it as necessary.
I find 25 seconds to be an "okay" setting, allows the
phone to ring at least 3 times before stopping.

DISCONNECT ALL USERS UPON SECCESSFUL VERIFICATION:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Enter Y or N
Limited to 1 character !
(ie: Y = Yes / N = No)
Selecting Y (Yes), will disconnect ALL users of the door
no matter if they are a Long Distance Caller or not.
This prevents new users from using a local but TOLL
number for call back verification and basically
reversing the charges to your BBS. They will be treated
as if a Long Distance caller and disconnected at the end
of the verification process. *** NOTE *** (See
PREFIX.FON file to "tage" and lock-out local, but TOLL
numbers or see PREFIXLD.FON file to "tage" and mark local
but TOLL numbers and treat the user as if a Long
Distance caller and automatically disconnect them after
verification.)

TIME TABLE START-END TIMES:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
(The time table screen can only be used if the "ALLOW LD CALLERS"
flag is set to Y (Yes). Use the F9 key to activate the table screen.
Enter allowable callback times in 24 hour/military format from 0000
to 2400, limited to 4 numbers per field with NO colons.

* If you allow Long Distance calling, then answer Y (Yes) to that
prompt. The F9 key will become activated and allow you to access the
Long Distance timetable setup. Again, use your ARROW keys to move
around with a particular day, PG-UP and PG-DN to move to other days.
The fields will only accept numerical data, and it must be between
0000 or 2400. If you enter 1175 (no such time) the field will not
accept that entry. You must enter a valid time based upon the 2400
clock format. Such as:

2400 = 12am 0600 = 6am 1200 = 12pm 1800 = 6pm
0100 = 1am 0700 = 7am 1300 = 1pm 1900 = 7pm
0200 = 2am 0800 = 8am 1400 = 2pm 2000 = 8pm
0300 = 3am 0900 = 9am 1500 = 3pm 2100 = 9pm
0400 = 4am 1000 = 10am 1600 = 4pm 2200 = 10pm
0500 = 5am 1100 = 11pm 1700 = 5pm 2300 = 11pm

0835 = 8:35am 2035 = 8:35pm etc......................

You have the choice of running 3 separate times within each day as to
when to allow long distance calling. If you only want one time for a
particular day, fill in the times on the FIRST field ONLY and work
your way down for each day.




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