Discovers present ip-address of dynamically connected hosts
Asp discovers the present ip address of a host that has a dynamically
assigned ip-address. This is useful when you want to connect to dynamic
hosts, or to help others find you (in which case you run asp as a server).
The in.aspd service (called by inetd) is deactivated by default. To activate
it, execute, as root,
$ update-inetd --enable asp
Be aware that this may be a security risk. You are recommended to firewall
off the asp port (27374/udp) from remote machines using (e.g.) ipchains
asp(1) can be used from scripts, a few examples:
$ number="`192.168.1.1-5 | asp -f plato`"
$ echo $?
ASP(1) User Manual ASP(1)
asp - find an host IP address by its name
asp [-uv] [-f | [-d dir] [-e ext]] [-a addresses] [-r repeti‐
tions] [-s send_delay] [-w wait_time] [-p port] hostname
Asp finds the IP address of an Internet connected host. In
order to find it, the pe
ASPD(8) User Manual ASPD(8)
aspd - Address Search Protocol Daemon
aspd [-r repetitions] [-i interface] [hostname]
in.aspd [-r repetitions] [hostname]
Aspd is a daemon that waits for incoming address requests on
asp's port. If aspd detects itself as
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