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coap-server - CoAP Server based on libcoap
coap-server [-d max] [-g group] [-l loss] [-p port] [-v num] [-A address] [-N] [[-k key] [-h hint]] [[-c certfile] [-n] [-C cafile] [-R root_cafile]]
coap-server is an example server for the 'Constrained Application Protocol` (RFC 7252).
OPTIONS - GENERAL
-d max Enable support for creation of dynamic resources when doing a PUT up to a limit of max. If max is reached, a 4.06 code is returned until one of the dynamic resources has been deleted. -g group Join specified multicast group on startup. -p port The port on the given address will be listening for incoming connections. If (D)TLS is supported, then port + 1 will also be listened on for (D)TLS connections. The default port is 5683 if not given any other value. -l list Fail to send some datagrams specified by a comma separated list of numbers or number ranges (debugging only). -l loss% Randomly failed to send datagams with the specified probability - 100% all datagrams, 0% no datagrams (debugging only). -v num The verbosity level to use (default 3, maximum is 9). Above 7, there is increased verbosity in GnuTLS and OpenSSL logging. -A addr The local address of the interface which the server has to listen. -N Send NON-confirmable message for \"observe\" responses. If option -N is not specified, a confirmable response will be sent. Even if set, every fifth response will still be sent as a confirmable response (RFC 7641 requirement).
OPTIONS - PSK
(If supported by underlying (D)TLS library) -h hint Pre-shared key hint to use for inbound connections. The default is CoAP. This cannot be empty if defined. -k key Pre-shared key to use for inbound connections. This cannot be empty if defined. Note: if -c cafile is defined, you need to define -k key as well to have the server support both PSK and PKI.
OPTIONS - PKI
(If supported by underlying (D)TLS library) -c certfile Use the specified PEM file which contains the CERTIFICATE and PRIVATE KEY information. Note: if -k key is defined, you need to define -c cafile as well to have the server support both PSK and PKI. -n Disable the requirement for clients to have defined client certificates -C cafile PEM file containing the CA Certificate that was used to sign the certfile defined using -c certfile. If defined, then the client will be given this CA Certificate during the TLS set up. Furthermore, this will trigger the validation of the client certificate. If certfile is self-signed (as defined by -c certfile), then you need to have on the command line the same filename for both the certfile and cafile (as in -c certfile -C certfile) to trigger validation. -R root_cafile PEM file containing the set of trusted root CAs that are to be used to validate the server certificate. The -C cafile does not have to be in this list and is "trusted" for the verification. Alternatively, this can point to a directory containing a set of CA PEM files.
• Example coap-server -A ::1 Let the server listen on localhost (port 5683). • Example coap-server -A ::1 -k mysecretKey -h myhint Let the server listen on localhost (port 5683 and 5684) with the server set up for PSK authentication. • Example coap-server -A ::1 -p 13011 The same, except the 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.
There are no configuration files.
0 Success 1 Failure (syntax or usage error; configuration error; document processing failure; unexpected error)
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