Provided by: sendpage-client_1.0.3-1_all
snpp - send pages via SNPP
snpp [OPTIONS] recipient...
-s SERVER[:PORT] Connect to the specified SERVER (and PORT, if given). Default is "localhost:444". -f USER Show that the sent page is coming from USER. Default is the current user. -m MESSAGE Send the given MESSAGE instead of reading text from stdin. -n Do not notify the 'from' user about the status of the page. -d Display SNPP session debugging. -C CONF Read CONF instead of /etc/sendpage/snpp.conf for server default. -h Display a summary of all the available command line options.
This tool is used to send a page via the Simple Network Paging Protocol (level 2). It is designed to be used with 'sendpage', but should work with any other SNPP servers as well. The /etc/sendpage/snpp.conf file can contain a single line in the form of server:ADDRESS[:PORT] where ADDRESS and PORT are the defaults for snpp.
Kees Cook <email@example.com>
Not much happening in this tool, but I bet the use of "CALLer id" is not standard, and other SNPP server may require this tool run with the '-n' option all the time.
snpp is free software; it can be used under the terms of the GNU General Public License.