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Welcome to the Banjo wiki!

Banjo is a console application wrapper for Telnet access to the application's console.

Syntax

BANJO [-ip 0.0.0.0] [-p 23] [-pw 1234] [-c "cmd.exe"] [-a "parameters"] [-w "C:\"] [-log "C:\log.txt"]

Description

Banjo will launch a specified console application and route its streams to and from a telnet connection. Banjo is intended for remote access to game server consoles; particularly early access games which often do not have RCON ports. Banjo may be implemented as a Windows task or service. (see NSSM)

Arguments may be prefixed with either '/' or '-'.

-ip

        IP address Banjo will bind to. Default is all interfaces.

-pw

        Password required to authorize connection. If password contains spaces, enclose in quotes.

-p

        TCP port Banjo will bind to. Default is 23.

-c

        Console application to launch. If path contains spaces, enclose in quotes.

-a

        Arguments to pass to the console application. If arguments contain spaces, enclose in quotes.

-w

        Working directory for console application. If path contains spaces, enclose in quotes.

-log

        Banjo log file path. If path contains spaces, enclose in quotes.

Author

Written by Christopher Courson.

Reporting Bugs

Sumbit an issue report: https://github.com/ccourson/Banjo/issues

Copyright

Copyright © 2016 Christopher Courson. License GPLv2: GNU GPL version 2 http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html

This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

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