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       stunclient - command line app for the STUN protocol


       stunclient [OPTIONS] server [port]


       stunclient  attempts  to  discover the local host's own external IP address, obtain a port
       mapping, and optionally discover  properties  of  the  Network  Address  Translator  (NAT)
       between the host and the the server.


       The following options are supported.

              --mode MODE
              --localaddr INTERFACE
              --localport PORTNUMBER
              --family IPVERSION
              --protocol PROTO
              --verbosity LOGLEVEL

       Details of each option and parameters are as follows.


       The server parameter is the IP address or FQDN of the remote server to perform the binding
       tests with.  It is the only required parameter.

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       The port parameter is an optional parameter that can follow  the  server  parameter.   The
       default is 3478 for UDP and TCP.

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       --mode MODE

       Where  MODE  is  either "basic" or "full".  "basic" mode is the default and indicates that
       the client should perform a STUN binding test only.  "full" mode indicates that the client
       should attempt to diagnose NAT behavior and filtering methodologies if the server supports
       this mode.  The NAT filtering test is only supported for UDP.

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       --localaddr INTERFACE or IPADDRESS

       The value for this option may the name of an interface (such as "eth0" or  "lo").   Or  it
       may  be  one  of the available IP addresses assigned to a network interface present on the
       host (such as "").  The interface chosen will be  the  preferred  address  for
       sending  and receiving responses with the remote server.  The default is to let the system
       decide which address to send on and to listen for responses on all addresses (INADDR_ANY).

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       --localport PORTNUM

       PORTNUM is a value between 1 to 65535.  This is the UDP or TCP port that the  primary  and
       alternate  interfaces  listen  on  as  the  primary  port  for  binding  requests.  If not
       specified, a randomly available port chosen by the system is used.

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       --family IPVERSION

       IPVERSION is either "4" or "6" to specify the usage of IPV4 or IPV6.   If  not  specified,
       the default value is "4".

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       --protocol PROTO

       PROTO is either "udp" or "tcp".  "udp" is the default if this parameter is not specified

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       --verbosity LOGLEVEL

       Sets  the  verbosity of the logging level.  0 is the default (minimal output and logging).
       1 shows slightly more.  2 and higher shows even more.

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       --help Prints this help page


       stunclient 3478
              Performs  a  simple  binding  test   request   with   the   server   listening   at

       stunclient --mode full --localport 9999
              Performs  a  full  set of UDP NAT behavior tests from local port 9999 to the server
              listening at IP Address (port 3478)

       stunclient --protocol tcp
              Performs a simple binding test using TCP to server listening on the default port of
              3478 at


       john selbie (