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NAME

       bnproxy - Battle.net® proxy daemon

SYNOPSIS

       bnproxy   [-f]   [-d  dumpfile]  [-l  logfile]  [-p  port]  [servername
       [serverport]]

DESCRIPTION

       bnproxy is a simple daemon which will relay  client  connections  to  a
       Battle.net®  server  like  bnetd(8).  It has the capability of saving a
       hexadecimal/ASCII dump of the network  records  (packets)  into  a  log
       file.   Someday  this  command  might be useful for people playing from
       behind a NAT firewall.

       If no servername is specified, localhost is assumed.  If no  serverport
       is specified, 6112 is assumed.

OPTIONS

       -d --hexdump
              Put  a  hex dump of packets sent and received into the specified
              file.

       -f --foreground
              The  server  normally  acts  as  a  daemon  and  goes  into  the
              background.  This forces the server to run in the foreground.

       -h --help --usage
              Print server usage information and exit.

       -l --logfile
              Put the event log messages into the specified file.

       -p --port
              Listen on the specified TCP and UDP port number.

       -v --version
              Causes bnproxy to print its version number and exit.

BUGS

       No  support  for  dynamic  UDP  address  determination (SESSIONADDR[12]
       packets) has been  added.   Support  for  multiple  clients  is  broken
       because  the  server  becomes  confused as to which client to relay UDP
       server traffic to.

SEE ALSO

       bnetd(8)

AUTHOR

       Ross Combs (ross@bnetd.org)

LEGAL NOTICES

       Battle.net,  Diablo,  Starcraft,  Brood  War,  Warcraft,  and  Blizzard
       Entertainment  are  trademarks  or  registered  trademarks  of Blizzard
       Entertainment in the U.S. and/or other countries. All rights  reserved.

       Neither  this  program  nor the bnetd project are in any way affiliated
       with Blizzard Entertainment.