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how to use centos packetsender start tcp server? #170

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siaron opened this issue Jan 15, 2020 · 1 comment
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how to use centos packetsender start tcp server? #170

siaron opened this issue Jan 15, 2020 · 1 comment

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@siaron siaron commented Jan 15, 2020

What OS?

  • Windows
  • Mac
  • [ ok] Linux (Which distro?)

Description of issue

Packet Sender is a Network UDP/TCP/SSL Test Utility by NagleCode
See https://PacketSender.com/ for more information.

Options:
  -h, --help         Displays this help.
  -v, --version      Displays version information.
  -q, --quiet        Quiet mode. Only output received data.
  -x, --hex          Parse data-to-send as hex (default).
  -a, --ascii        Parse data-to-send as mixed-ascii (like the GUI).
  -A, --ASCII        Parse data-to-send as pure ascii (no \xx translation).
  -w, --wait <ms>    Wait up to <milliseconds> for a response after sending.
                     Zero means do not wait (Default).
  -f, --file <path>  Send contents of specified path. Max 10 MiB for UDP, 100
                     MiB for TCP/SSL.
  -b, --bind <port>  Bind port. Default is 0 (dynamic).
  -t, --tcp          Send TCP (default).
  -s, --ssl          Send SSL and ignore errors.
  -S, --SSL          Send SSL and stop for errors.
  -u, --udp          Send UDP.
  -n, --name <name>  Send previously saved packet named <name>. Other options
                     overrides saved packet parameters.

Arguments:
  address            Destination address. Optional for saved packet.
  port               Destination port. Optional for saved packet.
  data               Data to send. Optional for saved packet.

start a tcp server using pacletsender command cli ?

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@dannagle dannagle commented Jan 15, 2020

Packet Sender CLI does not support starting a TCP server on the command line. Only the GUI has it. This feature has been requested several times.

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