Provided by: python3-aiocoap_0.3-2_all
aiocoap-proxy - A plain CoAP proxy that can work both as forward and as reverse proxy
usage: aiocoap-proxy [-h] [--forward] [--reverse] [--server-address HOST] [--server-port PORT] [--proxy HOST[:PORT]] [--namebased NAME:DEST] [--pathbased PATH:DEST] [--unconditional DEST] a plain CoAP proxy that can work both as forward and as reverse proxy optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit mode: Required argument for setting the operation mode --forward Run as forward proxy --reverse Run as reverse proxy details: Options that govern how requests go in and out --server-address HOST Address to bind the server context to --server-port PORT Port to bind the server context to --proxy HOST[:PORT] Relay outgoing requests through yet another proxy Rules: Sequence of forwarding rules that, if matched by a request, specify a forwarding destination --namebased NAME:DEST If Uri-Host matches NAME, route to DEST --pathbased PATH:DEST If a requested path starts with PATH, split that part off and route to DEST --unconditional DEST Route all requests not previously matched to DEST
The full documentation for aiocoap-proxy is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and aiocoap-proxy programs are properly installed at your site, the command info aiocoap-proxy should give you access to the complete manual.