[nSLUG] Need to watch Telnet session

Joe Dunn me at joedunn.com
Thu Aug 28 14:39:07 ADT 2014

Netcat might be handy also.

On Aug 28, 2014, at 1:26 PM, Baha Baydar <bbaydar at gmail.com> wrote:

Off the top of my head tcpdump and wireshark will show you what traffic is
coming in on which ports.

"netstat -an | grep 3100" is a very generic way to show you if any process
is attached to port 3100.

I can't think of anything that will allow you to generate and respond to
traffic at the moment.

On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 2:13 PM, Paul Russell <prussellster at gmail.com>

> Hi
> I'm looking for a (gasp) Windows or an Ubuntu solution for a bit of a
> communication problem that I've got.
> I'm working with a company that is developing a custom hardware device
> that connects to an IP at port 3100. This is currently in the middle of
> development, and I have no idea if it is actually connecting or not.
> My role is to write a server to process the data that it sends.
> At this point I need to ensure that it's sending data at all.
> I figured that some sort of terminal emulation server would work, where I
> could see the data that was coming in, live, and then type in some response
> data and have that sent back to the device. Unfortunately I haven't found
> anything that will do that, and I'm not confident enough in the PHP program
> that I've written to take care of this.
> Do you know of a program, that runs in either Windows or Ubuntu (I don't
> have any other distros set up), that will let me do this?
> Any help is appreciated
> Thanks
> Paul
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