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Re^2: A Simple Socket Server Using 'inetd'

by samizdat (Vicar)
on Aug 21, 2007 at 13:15 UTC ( #634076=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread A Simple Socket Server Using 'inetd'

You can't, directly, of course. With netstat and arp you could figure it out, although the connection is transient.

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Re^3: A Simple Socket Server Using 'inetd'
by fredo2906 (Acolyte) on Dec 30, 2007 at 03:30 UTC
    Hey guys, Is it possible to get a sample of your SECSII client? I'd like to make a SECSII communication over TCP but seems to be difficult to me... Thanks a lot!
      I was working for Sandia Labs at the time, and under NDA. Sorry!

      It isn't that difficult, actually. It's just a simple binary protocol like any other, though there are some quirky things to it. :D

      Don Wilde
      "There's more than one level to any answer."
        Thank you very much for your answer, even a 31 December... Actually I have a SECSII Client that can comunicate over TCP. So I would like to receive the characters sent by this client and log that into a file. If you have any idea or some sample to receive that and log it, that will help me much.
Re^3: A Simple Socket Server Using 'inetd'
by dellair (Initiate) on Jun 16, 2013 at 14:33 UTC
    I am trying it out on Windows, set up inetd via Cygwin and start it as Windows service. It always prompt "Bad file descriptor". at: my $line = <STDIN> When I connect via "telnet localhost <port>". Would you please shed some lights on it? Thanks,

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