I am trying to create a script to test whether it is possible to login via telnet. I do not want to really log in; therefore, expect is not needed. I just want to see if I am able to get a login ...
I want to create an echo server without specifying any of my commands inside strings. I want all commands to be connected by pipes. This doesn't appear possible because the response gets returned ...
When I put this nc -l 12345 >nc_out in a shell script, run it and then connect from other shell using telnet, it allows me to type some text and have it end up in nc_out. But if I start nc in ...
on my Mac I have an peripheral that sends text data to localhost:2332. Some of them are coloured, like this: "\e[1;31mRed text here\e[m normal text here", I use nc loacal host to monitor the data ...