Netcat is a featured networking utility which reads and writes data across network connections, using the TCP/IP protocol.

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Netcat (nc) traditional package for RHEL 6.x?

I'm trying to use the Percona Apache Monitoring [Cacti] Template for Memcached. They do indeed warn that you can't use the openbsd version of the package and provide a solution for Ubuntu/Debian ...
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Why my netcat connection doesn't send the file correctly?

I wrote this script to send a file using netcat. My intention is to open the netcat port in the destination server from the origin, this way I do everything with just one script instead of having one ...
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How to test nagios send_nsca with netcat

I am trying to write a unit test of send_nsca using nc but it is failing. I want to start nc to listen to the nsca port and then use send_ncsa to send a message to that port. In one terminal I am ...
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netcat doesn't transfer complete file when using UDP

I use the following in order to transfer bigfile (11GB): cat bigfile | pv -L 11m | nc -u 10.0.0.1 3333 After 1.6GB the client stop to transfer (in the target machine i dont see packets ) This is ...
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When copying VM filesystem over netcat, dd copies double the disk size

I'm attempting to copy the disk of a working headless virtualbox VM (VM1) on one server to a new VM (VM2) on a vCloud server. I don't have access to the host of VM2. The OS is Windows Server 2003 ...
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How to query a munin plugin via netcat?

I want to query a present Munin plugin from Nagios. As I would like to do some calculations and aggregations (the plugin reports data over a period of time) and not just look at the last values, the ...
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Netcat: connection lost before transfer is complete

Interesting thing with Netcat (nc) in CentOS 5 or 6 (nc-1.84-10.fc6 or nc-1.84-22.el6.x86_64). How can I work it around? I can't find a bug about this, but It models a file transfer to a remote ...
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Clarification of netcat result

I've been trying to debug an issue on our servers and Im confused by this response from netcat. Can anyone explain why Im getting these 2 contradictory messages when checking to see if a port is ...
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Investigating connectivity issue

I'm trying to set a up a new service on a server that is running apache, however it seems like incoming traffic on that specific port is blocked, although I do not understand why. On the first server, ...
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How to execute a reverse “Powershell shell” using ncat or netcat?

I am using ncat to execute a reverse "cmd" shell from one machine to another and without any issues using the commands: In my machine: ncat -l 443 In the remote machine: ncat <my ip> ...
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Postfix mailbox_command + netcat + nodejs

I use Node.js script to process incoming emails and pipe them from Postfix via netcat in mailbox_command (namely: nc 127.0.0.1 3002). Node is listening on port 3002 and calls socket.destroy() once ...
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Send data over DTLS with socat

I'm trying to exchange files over DTLS with socat with one-liner client/server. I'm able to do it with UDP: server:socat -d -d -lh -lu UDP-LISTEN:5000,reuseaddr,fork OPEN:out.dat,create client:socat ...
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netcat not listening on desired port

When I want to listen on desired port on one server, I use netcat ie: nc -l 8888 Then I can verify the server is actually listening on that port: netstat -tlnp | grep 8888 tcp 0 0 ...
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Piping device file over UDP with netcat

Hopefully this is the best Stack Exchange site for this - I think it's primarily a netcat question. I'm developing a custom data acquisition device. It can probably be best thought of as a fancy ...
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Send apache ssl access log to syslog

I'm having an issue piping apache ssl access logs to my syslog server. I've added the following line to my apache config: CustomLog "|/usr/bin/nc -u <syslogserver> 514" "<134>%{%b %d ...