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       dnetcat - opens a DECnet connection


       dnetcat {-h|--help}

       dnetcat [-v] [-z] node[::|[::] ]object

       dnetcat [-v] [-f] -l object


       dnetcat  is  a  netcat(1)  like  tool  that  opens a DECnet connection and copies all data
       between the standard input/output to/from the socket.


       Be verbose. Prints useful (debug) messages.

       Zero IO mode. In this mode a connection is dropped directly after it is opened.  This  can
       be used to scan if the remote side listens on the given address and object.

       Listen mode. In this mode dnetcat accepts connections on the given object.

       Fork  on new connection. This let netcat accept multiple connections in listen mode.  This
       is ignored if -l is not given.

   --help, -h
       Prints a small help.


       This program can be used as 'ProxyCommand' for ssh(1).  You may use it  via  command  line
       like this:
        ssh -o 'ProxyCommand dnetcat %h ssh' [...] mynode

       or you may use it in your ~/.ssh/config like this:
        Host *::
        ProxyCommand dnetcat %h ssh

       This  will  enable you to connect to any DECnet node by adding "::" at the end of the node
       name like this:
        ssh mynode::

       For more information on ssh(1) see it's manpage.


       ssh(1), netcat(1).


       This program is written by Philipp "ph3-der-loewe" Schafft <>.