Special Printing Client Program NTSND is a program for transferring data to a remote printer without any translation (good for binary files). This program supports products such as the Emulex NETJET for the HP 4Si/Mx printer. The command options are: NTSND [?] [-inpq argument] file [file [...]] ? List the Help Text and Exit NTSND i IP Address Remote Server Name / IP Address n Port Number Remote Server Port Number p filespec Password File q Query for File Name The NTSND program is invoked from the IND control file NTSND.COM: .open sy:tcpfun.com .data r sy:vbgexe.sav .data TCP:ntsnd.sav .data -bp PAS:paswrd.fil .close @TCP:quote 'p1' 'p2' 'p3' 'p4' 'p5' 'p6'
HTTP Server Program RHTTP is an HTTP/0.9 server supporting only simple request and response formats for GET, HEAD, and POST methods. The POST method always responds as unimplemented. HTTP transfers are always in BINARY format except for files of type HTM, DOC, TXT, and LST which are in ASCII format. The command options are: RHTTP [?] [-p filespec] [-eqrvwz] [parameters] ? List the Help Text and Exit RHTTP e Enable Monitoring of all RHTTP Transactions p Specify the HTTP Directory and Home File q n Specify an Alternate Connection Port r Restart RHTTP after Disconnect v Verbose Mode w Write Duplicate Packets z s Inactivity Timeout in seconds The HTTP directory and home file must be specified, using the -p option. The directory path is used as the base directory for all HTTP accesses. HTTP accesses with absolute directory speci- fications (e.g. dl1:file.ext) are reported as unauthorized. The RT-11 version of RHTTP does not support subdirectory pro- cessing. The home file is the file read when a request is made with no file specified, this is typically the home page for this computer system. The program may be started interactively (for diagnostic pur- poses) by the IND control file RHTTP.COM: .sets cmdlin "-rpz HTP:/home.htm 30 "+ ... ... "'p1' 'p2' 'p3' 'p4' 'p5' 'p6'" .open sy:tcpfun.com .data r sy:vbgexe.sav .data TCP:rhttp.sav .data 'cmdlin' .close $@sy:tcpfun The program is normally started as a system job by the TCPIP.RUN command file. When started as a foreground or system job the program gets the command line arguments from the file TCP:RHTTP.CML: -r -p HTP:/home.htm The RHTTP program requires, at the minimum, a dedicated device (logical device) and a home file. Only files in this directory are accessable by the http server. The home file is the file read by the http server when no specific file is speci- fied. The http directory and home file are specified by the RHTTP option: -p dl1:/home.htm NOTE The slash, /, is required to delimit the HTTP base directory. All accesses to files outside the http directory are not per- mitted and are reported as unauthorized. Absolute references are not allowed (e.g. dl1:/file.ext) even if they are in the http directory, these are also reported as unauthorized. Use only relative paths in file specifications to the http direc- tory. These requirements provide the most security for http re- quests which require no password authentication. The home file is an HTML file and should be written to re- flect the functionality of the browsers you wish to support with this http server.
Gopher Server Program RGOPH is a simple Gopher server supporting transfers of text, binary, and image files and linking to other network resources using basic ASCII text constructs. The command options are: RGOPH [?] [-p filespec] [-aeqrvwz] [parameters] ? List the Help Text and Exit RGOPH e Enable Monitoring of all RGOPH Transactions p Specify the Master GOPHER File q n Specify an Alternate Connection Port r Restart RGOPH after Disconnect v Verbose Mode w Write Duplicate Packets z s Inactivity Timeout in seconds The Gopher master file must be specified, using the -p option. The master file contains the access specifications for the go- pher server. The format of the master file is described in the file RGOPH.CFG and included here for reference: NOTE The RT-11 version of RGOPH does not support local sub- directory processing, only real devices and logical devices are supported for local access. # # This is the Master Gopher List # # Each entry has the following format: #<code><TAB>description # <TAB>file or list specification # <TAB>machine name or IP address # <TAB>port number # # End list with '.' and <CRLF> # # Common item types specified by <code> are: # # 0 item is a file # 1 item is a directory # 2 item is a CSO phone-book server # 3 Error # 4 item is a NINHEXed MacIntosh file # 5 item is DOS archive of some sort # 6 item is a UNIX uuencoded file # 7 item is an Index-Search server # 8 item points to a text-based telnet server # 9 item is a binary file # + item is a redundant server # T item points to a text-based TN3270 session # g item is a GIF format graphics file # I item is some kind of image file # # All references are described in RFC1436 # The master list contains file and list references which denote a tree structure of accessible resources. A typical master list is shown here to clarify the specification. The top level follows: 0 About This GOPHER Site sy2:/gopher.dsk/rgoph.doc shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 1 TCP/IP Package For TSX-Plus, ... List1/ shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 1 ASxxxx Assemblers and Linker List2/ shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 . The 'List1/' (<code> = 1) specification indicates this is a directory of subitems: # # Elements of List1/ # List1/ 0 Abstract [2K] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/abstra.doc shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 0 Documentation [158K] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/manual.doc shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Minimal Package, Logical Disk Image, [300K] sy3:/tcpipm.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Complete Package, Multilevel Logical ... sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Disk1 of Package, RX02 Image [494K] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk/disk1.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Disk2 of Package, RXO2 Image [494k] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk/disk2.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Disk3 of Package, RXO2 Image [494k] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk/disk3.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Disk4 of Package, RXO2 Image [494k] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk/disk4.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Disk5 of Package, RXO2 Image [494k] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk/disk5.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Disk6 of Package, RXO2 Image [494k] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk/disk6.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Disk7 of Package, RXO2 Image [494k] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk/disk7.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Documentation Source, RX02 Image [494K] sy3:/tcpip.pkg/tcpip.dsk/tcpdoc.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 9 Current Updates, Logical Disk Image [988K] sy3:update.dsk shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 . The 'List2/' (<code> = 1) specification indicates the presence of a second directory of available resources: # # Elements of List2/ # List2/ 1 ASxxxx for PDP-11 and LSI-11 Computers List2.1/ shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 1 ASxxxx for PC Compatible Computers List2.2/ shop-pdp.kent.edu 70 . These elements also contain references to additional subdirec- tories of resources. Nesting to any level may be accomplished using this syntax. Ensure that all subdirectory references have unique names. The use of 'xxxxx/' is not required, any unique character string may be used to reference a subdirectory entry. The program may be started interactively (for diagnostic pur- poses) by the IND control file RGOPH.COM: .sets cmdlin "-rp GPH:/home.htm "+ ... ... "'p1' 'p2' 'p3' 'p4' 'p5' 'p6'" .open sy:tcpfun.com .data r sy:vbgexe.sav .data TCP:rgoph.sav .data 'cmdlin' .close $@sy:tcpfun The program is normally started as a system job by the TCPIP.RUN command file. When started as a foreground or system job the program gets the command line arguments from the file TCP:RGOPH.CML: -r -p GPH:/home.htm
Remote Authentication Server Program The program RAUTH implements the Authentication Server Pro- tocol (RFC931) which provides a means to determine whether a particular TCP connection is active. Once a connection is established, the server reads one line of data which specifies the connection of interest. If it exists, the system dependent user identifier of the connection of interest is sent out the connection. The service closes the connection after sending the user identifier. Queries are permitted only for fully specified connections. The local/foreign host pair used to fully specify the connection are taken from the query connection. This means a user on Host A may only query the server on Host B about connections between A and B. The server accepts simple text query requests of the form <local-port>, <foreign-port> where <local-port> is the TCP port (decimal) on the target (server) system, and <foreign-port> is the TCP port (decimal) on the source (user) system. For example: 23, 6191 The only responses supported by RAUTH are <local-port>, <foreign-port> : USERID : OTHER : system <local-port>, <foreign-port> : ERROR : NO-USER which correspond to active and not active connections repec- tively. The program startup options are: RAUTH [?] [-aenqrvyz] [parameters] ? List the Help Text and Exit RAUTH e Enable Monitoring of all RAUTH Transactions n Never authorize q n Specify an Alternate Connection Port r Restart RAUTH after Disconnect v Verbose Mode y Always authorize z s Inactivity Timeout in seconds The program may be started interactively (for diagnostic pur- poses) by the command file RAUTH.COM: .sets cmdlin "-rz 30 "+"'p1' 'p2' 'p3' 'p4' 'p5' 'p6'" .open sy:tcpfun.com .data r sy:vbgexe.sav .data TCP:rauth.sav .data 'cmdlin' .close $@sy:tcpfun The program is normally started as a system job by the TCPIP.RUN command file. When started as a foreground or system job the program gets the command line arguments from the file TCP:RAUTH.CML: -rz 30
Port Monitor Program PMON is a utility program which monitors a TCP port for ac- tivity. The program startup options are: PMON port [?] [-h] ? List the Help Text and Exit PMON h List the Help Text The specified port is opened for listening. When the port is opened by a remote computer all incoming data is displayed. Data entered from the keyboard is transported to the remote com- puter. The PMON program supports the following command line options, as found in the TELNET and CNCT programs, which are activated by the META character 'control A': M->C open capture file M->D close capture file M->F FTP [internet address] M->H this help screen M->I type my internet address M->K erase character M->O abort output M->Q are you there? M->R toggle <CR> follow character M->S skip to end of buffer M->T toggle backspace/delete M->U erase line M->X close connection M->Y interrupt process M->@ send a true null character ^? abort Telnet session The startup command file PMON.COM follows: .sets cmdlin "-h "+"'p1' 'p2' 'p3' 'p4' 'p5' 'p6'" .open sy:tcpfun.com .data r sy:vbgexe.sav .data TCP:pmon.sav .data 'cmdlin' .close $@sy:tcpfun
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