I'm trying to use Netcat to debug a UDP listen server that I'm writing, and I'm surprised by the behaviour: $ echo -n Hello World | nc -v -u -6 localhost 12201 - Connection to localhost 12201 port ...
Is there a way to make netcat receive UDP packets from any ip:port? I don't want it to bind to a specific host as the first packet comes. I can consider alternatives, but they have to be bash ...
I guess this is close to linux - Netcat stops listening for UDP traffic - Super User, but I thought I'd better ask anyways As far as versions of netcat I'm using Ubuntu 11.04 and the default netcat ...
I'm using tcpdump to capture multicast packets and had to code up a custom program to join multicast feeds so tcpdump will "see" the packets. Just wondering if netcat or any other applications can ...
I am using netcat on some Linux machines (see this other question), but seeing some unexpected behavior. Unlike the guide in the accepted answer, I am not using UDP tunneling to do DNS queries. I ...