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accepted Is there a Windows app out there that can pipe command line arguments into a TCP socket connection?
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comment Is there a Windows app out there that can pipe command line arguments into a TCP socket connection?
Actually, that might be doable. Always forget about good 'ol .bat.
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comment Is there a Windows app out there that can pipe command line arguments into a TCP socket connection?
Unless that host isn't Windows.
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comment Is there a Windows app out there that can pipe command line arguments into a TCP socket connection?
Somewhat. I've edited in my reservations about netcat.
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revised Is there a Windows app out there that can pipe command line arguments into a TCP socket connection?
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asked Is there a Windows app out there that can pipe command line arguments into a TCP socket connection?
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answered Wireless AAA for a small, bandwidth-limited hotel
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comment Wireless Access Points with API
They're also configurable via an API, to there's no need to mess around with a SSH interpretation layer.
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comment Wireless network between buildings
Sorry about seeming so hostile, every time I see 'cantenna' I think of pringles cans and crap quality. It's not directed at you. I'm speaking from experience about yagis -- I've had the issue myself during ice storms, and have heard anecdotal evidence of others with the same issues. As for kitbashing antennas, I'd rather spend the money on a decent panel antenna (Say, like one of the results in google.com/search?q=16dBi+panel+antenna+2.4+ghz) than taking the time required to make a equivalent-quality homemade antenna.