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triplek4ever 10-23-2003 01:01 AM

Problem in the Unix Script
Hi All,

Here is my requirement. I want to write out some commands in the particular port (Say, SMTP port). Using script I want to do this. Is there any way that I can do it using Unix script. Or I have to go for some other language like Perl. Thanks in Advance
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hw-tph 10-23-2003 05:11 AM

Do you want to write to a remote port? telnet or netcat will help you do that. netcat is good for scripting, and it can also be set up to listen to a port for incoming connections if that's what you want.


triplek4ever 10-27-2003 03:26 AM

Im working in Solaris 5.6. netcat is not available in this.

Ill explain you the scenario. My Java program is listening in a particular port. I want to write some commands/ just sentences in that port. In java its very easy, ill open the TCP or UDP connection and do this. Here I want it to do with the Unix Script. Can you please help me in this aspect. Thanks

david_ross 10-27-2003 01:25 PM

You could just use "telnet" and perhaps "expect" if you want interactivity.

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