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One can use socat to subscribe to groups. This works nicely for both L2 and L3 subscription: socat STDIO UDP4-DATAGRAM:188.8.131.52:8889,\ ip-add-membership=184.108.40.206:10.100.201.1 This will subscribe to group 220.127.116.11 using the interface with address 10.100.201.1. The UDP4-DATAGRAM:18.104.22.168:8889 bit listens for packets on a dummy group and udp ...
I am not sure this is your problem, but why are you using nmcli in the first place? nmcli is the network-manager command-line interface, which is much more than you bargained for in trying to bring up your interfaces. If I were you, I would proceed as follows. As sudo: service network-manager stop # halt NM ip link set dev enp7s0 down ...
Here's how this is working for me on OS X 10.10, with either the installed BSD version, or the one from Homebrew: BSD Version When using the BSD version that ships with OS X, a server can be started like this /usr/bin/nc -l 9999 Homebrew Install using Homebrew: brew install netcat This will install v0.7.1 of http://netcat.sourceforge.net/ One can use ...
Netcat opens a hole in your network stack, if someone scans your computer they're going to find that hole. You could use a high port number around 60,000 where there is (very slightly) less chance of being detected. (if they only scan for popular ports)
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