[olug] Bash TCP scripting

George Neill georgen at neillnet.com
Fri Dec 28 22:42:18 UTC 2007


  I'd recommend netcat (nc).  or net pipes (faucet and hose).


On 12/28/07, Travis Owens <openbook1441 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just out of curiosity, has anyone ever done any scripting with bash, using
> /dev/tcp or some form of socket connections? I'm looking at doing something
> bi-directional, receiving the response after the connection is established,
> parsing it, using a piece to send back and parsing the final response.
> The information I've found so far on the net, show how to establish a
> connection, but not necessarily what to do with it after it's established...
> Thanks in advance,
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> Travis Owens
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