Tool 99: TELNET client


  This tool is a very simple implementation of a telnet client.
  In vi editor, keys jklm can be used instead of arrows.
  To have a better environment, run 'export TERM=vt100'.
  Parameter --line-by-line defines if client works line by line
  (obsolete, but it will work with all servers).
  Parameter --dst-ip is the address of remote host/server.
  Parameter --dst-port is the port number where to connect.
  Optional parameter --src-ip defines the local IP address to use.
  Optional parameter --src-port defines the local port number to use.
  Optional parameter --ip4opts permits to add IPv4 options encoded as
  Optional parameter --ip6exts permits to add IPv6 options encoded as
  mixed (first byte is the next header number).
  Optional parameters --device, --src-eth and --dst-eth permits to
  create a virtual client using fake addresses.


  netwox 99 -i ip [-d device] [-E eth] [-e eth] [-I ip] [-P port] [-p port] [-o ip4opts] [-O ip6exts] [-L|+L]


parameter description example
-i|--dst-ip ip destination IP address
-d|--device device device name Eth0
-E|--src-eth eth source ethernet address 0:2:3:4:5:6
-e|--dst-eth eth destination ethernet address 0:8:9:a:b:c
-I|--src-ip ip source IP address
-P|--src-port port source port number 0
-p|--dst-port port destination port number 23
-o|--ip4opts ip4opts IPv4 options  
-O|--ip6exts ip6exts IPv6 extensions  
-L|--line-by-line|+L|--no-line-by-line line by line mode  


  netwox 99 -i ""

  netwox 99 --dst-ip ""