tipc-pipe man page

tipc-PIPE — simple client/server

Synopsis

tipc-pipe <options> [address 1] [address 2]

Description

tipc-pipe acts as a netcat like program for tipc. It is used for reading and writing network connections using tipc

Options

default values are marked with '*'

-h | --help

show this help

-l

run in server mode, accept multiple connections

-s

run in single connection server mode, exit on connection close default mode is client mode

--sock_type *SOCK_STREAM | SOCK_DGRAM | SOCK_RDM | SOCK_SEQPACKET
--server_type *1000|<n>
--addr_type TIPC_ADDR_NAMESEQ | TIPC_ADDR_MCAST | *TIPC_ADDR_NAME

For TIPC_ADDR_NAME only address 1 is used. For TIPC_ADDR_NAMESEQ or TIPC_ADDR_MCAST address 1 and address 2 are used.

--delay *0|<ms>

Defines data reading and writing delay in ms.

--data_num *0|<count>

Generates defined number of sample data and sends is.

--data_size *0

Generates packets of defined size when data_num is defined.

--data_check

Check sequence numbers in received data, generated with option data_num.

--buf_size *66000|<n>

I/O buffer size (see TIPC_MAX_USER_MSG_SIZE).

--wait_peer *0

Wait for peer published state before communication.

--top

run topology client

--replay

force connectionless server send input to last connected client

Short Options

--rdm

sock_type = SOCK_RDM

--pct

sock_type = SOCK_PACKET

--stm

* sock_type = SOCK_STREAM

--sqp

sock_type = SOCK_SEQPACKET

--nam

* addr_type = TIPC_ADDR_NAME

--mc

addr_type = TIPC_ADDR_MCAST or TIPC_ADDR_NAMESEQ

--id

addr_type = TIPC_ADDR_ID

Examples

SOCK_STREAM single connection server with address zero and client:
      tipc-pipe -s | tee input
      date | tipc-pipe

SOCK_RDM server with address 123 and client:
      tipc-pipe --rdm --replay -l 123
      tipc-pipe --rdm 123

Start topology client for all addresses of specified optional server type
      tipc-pipe --server_type=1000 --top -- 0 -1

See Also

tipc-config(1)

Authors

Constantine Shulyupin const@makelinux.com

Reporting Bugs

Report ls bugs to tipc-discussion@lists.sourceforge.net

Referenced By

tipc-config(1).

25 Jan 2013