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NAME

       coap-server - CoAP Server based on libcoap

SYNOPSIS

       coap-server [-A addr] [-g group] [-p port] [-v num]

DESCRIPTION

       coap-server is a CoAP server which simulate 6LoWPAN devices which can be addressed via the
       CoAP protocol.

OPTIONS

       -A addr
           The local address of the interface which the server has to listen.

       -g group
           Join specified multicast group on startup.

       -p port
           The port on the given address the server will be waitung for connections. The default
           port is 5683 if not given any other value.

       -v num
           The verbosity level to use (default: 3, maximum is 9).

EXAMPLES

       ·   Example

           coap-server -A ::1

       Let the server listen on localhost (port 5683).

       ·   Example

           coap-server -A ::1 -p 13011

       Quite the same, except listening port is 13011 (and not the default port 5683).

       ·   Example

           coap-server -A 2001:db8:81a8:0:6ef0:dead:feed:beef  -v 5

       The listening address is set to 2001:db8:81a8:0:6ef0:dead:feed:beef and the verbosity
       level is set to 5.

       ·   Example

           coap-server -A 2001:db8:81a8:0:6ef0:dead:feed:beef  -g FF02:FD

       Set listening address to 2001:db8:81a8:0:6ef0:dead:feed:beef and join the All CoAP Nodes
       multicast group FF02:FD.

FILES

       There are no configuration files.

EXIT STATUS

       0
           Success

       1
           Failure (syntax or usage error; configuration error; document processing failure;
           unexpected error)

BUGS

       Please report bugs on the mailing list for libcoap:
       libcoap-developers@lists.sourceforge.net

AUTHORS

       The libcoap project <libcoap-developers@lists.sourceforge.net>