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       mz - a fast versatile packet generator




       Mausezahn  is  a  free fast traffic generator written in C which allows you to send nearly
       every possible and impossible packet. Mausezahn's MOPS subsystem (Mausezahn's  Own  Packet
       System)  supports  an interactive mode with a Cisco-style command line interface (CLI). In
       order to activate  this  interactive  mode,  execute  Mausezahn  using  the  -x  argument,
       optionally followed by an arbitrary TCP port number, such as

       # mz -x 99

       in which case you can connect to Mausezahn via

       $ telnet 99

       If no port number is specified, Mausezahn uses the default port number 25542 (which is the
       date of towel day followed by the answer to the  universe  and  everything;  however,  you
       don't need to understand this in order to continue).

       Login  credentials  as  well  as  other  MOPS-related  parameters  can be specified in the
       Mausezahn configuration file mz.cfg located  in  etc/mausezahn.  Currently,  user-specific
       configuration files are not supported.

       If  no  configuration  file  is  present  Mausezahn  assumes  the  following default login

              username: mz
              password: mz
              enable password: mops

       Currently only login credentials can be configured within the configuration file. Here  is
       an example content of /etc/mausezahn/mz.cfg:

              user = herbert
              password = moTTe
              enable = T0p5ecreT

       Additional configuration options will be officially supported with the next releases.






       Herbert Haas.

       Visit for Mausezahn news and additional information.

       This  manual  page was written by Herbert Haas <herbert AT perihel DOT at>, for the Debian

                                          March 7, 2010                                 mz.cfg(1)