Provided by: libident_0.22-3_i386 bug

NAME

       in.identtestd - a small daemon that can be used to test Ident servers

SYNOPSIS

       in.identtestd

DESCRIPTION

       in.identtestd is a small daemon (to be started from inetd) that does an
       ident lookup on you if you telnet into it. Can be used to  verify  that
       your Ident server is working correctly.

       The  source code can be found in the debian libident source package, as
       ident-tester.c.

EXAMPLE

       A typical entry in /etc/inetd.conf would be:

       9999 stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/in.identtestd in.identtestd

       With the above entry in place  and  active,  execute  "telnet  hostname
       9999"  from  either  this  system,  or  another  system. It should show
       something like:

           Trying hostname...
           Connected to hostname.
           Escape character is ’^]’.
           Welcome to the IDENT server tester, version 1.9

           (Linked with libident 0.22 Debian)

           Connecting to Ident server at 192.168.1.1...
           Querying for lport 1109, fport 9999....
           Reading response data...
           Userid response is:
              Lport........ 1109
              Fport........ 9999
              Opsys........ UNIX
              Charset...... <not specified>
              Identifier... paul
           Connection closed by foreign host.

AUTHOR

       Peter Eriksson <pen@lysator.liu.se>
       Manpage written for debian by Paul Slootman <paul@debian.org>.

SEE ALSO

       ident(3), identd(8), tcpd(8)