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coap-client - CoAP Client based on libcoap
coap-client [-A type1, type2 ,...] [-t type] [-b [num,]size] [-B seconds] [-e text] [-f file] [-m method] [-N] [-o file] [-P addr[:port]] [-p port] [-s duration] [-O num,text] [-T token] [-v num] [-a addr] [-U] URI
coap-client is a CoAP client to communicate with 6LoWPAN devices via the protocol CoAP (RFC 7252) using the URI given as argument on the command line. The URI must have the scheme coap (or coaps when coap-client was built with support for secure communication). The URI’s host part may be a DNS name or a literal IP address. Note that, for IPv6 address references, angle brackets are required (c.f. EXAMPLES).
-a addr The local address of the interface that has to be used. -b [num,]size The block size to be used in GET/PUT/POST requests (value must be a multiple of 16 not larger than 1024 as libcoap uses a fixed maximum PDU size of 1400 bytes). If num is present, the request chain will start at block num. When the server includes a Block2 option in its response to a GET request, coap-client will automatically retrieve the subsequent block from the server until there are no more outstanding blocks for the requested content. -e text Include text as payload (use percent-encoding for non-ASCII characters). -f file File to send with PUT/POST (use - for STDIN). -m method The request method for action (get|put|post|delete), default is get. (Note that the string passed to -m is compared case-insensitive.) -o file A filename to store data retrieved with GET. -p port The port to listen on. -s duration Subscribe to the resource specified by URI for the given duration in seconds. -t type Content format for given resource for PUT/POST. type must be either a numeric value reflecting a valid CoAP content format or a string describing a registered format. The following registered content format descriptors are supported, with alternative shortcuts given in parentheses: text/plain (plain) application/link-format (link, link-format) application/xml (xml) application/octet-stream (binary, octet-stream) application/exi (exi) application/json (json) application/cbor (cbor) -v num The verbosity level to use (default: 3, maximum is 9). -A type Accepted media types as comma-separated list of symbolic or numeric values, there are multiple arguments as comma separated list possible. type must be either a numeric value reflecting a valid CoAP content format or a string that specifies a registered format as described for option -t. -B seconds Break operation after waiting given seconds (default is 90). -N Send NON-confirmable message. If option -N is not specified, a confirmable message will be sent. -O num,text Add option num with contents of text to the request. -P addr[:port] Address (and port) for proxy to use (automatically adds Proxy-Uri option to request). -T token Include the token to the request. -U Never include Uri-Host or Uri-Port options.
· Example coap-client coap://coap.me Query resource / from server coap.me (via the GET method). · Example coap-client -m get coap://[::1]/ Query on localhost via the GET method. · Example coap-client -m get coap://[::1]/.well-known/core Quite the same, except on the resource .well-known/core on localhost. · Example echo -n "mode=on" | coap-client -m put \ coap://[2001:db8:c001:f00d:221:2eff:ff00:2704]:5683/actuators/leds?color=r -f- Send text mode=on to resource actuators/leds?color=r on the endpoint with address 2001:db8:c001:f00d:221:2eff:ff00:2704 and port 5683. Note that the port 5683 is the default port and isn’t really needed to append. · Example coap-client -m put coap://[fec0::3]/ck -T 3a -t binary -f to_upload Put the contents of file to_upload with content type binary (i.e. application/octet-stream) into resource ck on fec0::3 by usage of a token 3a via the PUT method.
There are no configuration files.
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