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       ucspi-proxy - Copy data between a UCSPI client and server


       ucspi-proxy [ -v ] [ -t TIMEOUT ] [ HOST PORT ]


       This  program  is  a simple loop copying data from a UCSPI server (file
       descriptor 0) to a client, and from a client to a server  (FD  1).   If
       either  socket  closes,  ucspi-proxy  exits.   The  other ucspi-proxy-*
       programs are based on this simple loop and have similar usage.

       If HOST and PORT are given on the command line, ucspi-proxy will make a
       TCP  connection  with  the  given  parameters.  If neither are present,
       ucspi-proxy will use file  descriptor  6  for  the  client  socket,  as
       provided by UCSPI client programs.


       -t TIMEOUT
              When  making  an  connection, ucspi-proxy will wait a maximum of
              TIMEOUT seconds before giving up.  Defaults to 30.

       -v     Print messages about  errors  and  byte  counts.   Without  this
              option, ucspi-proxy is silent.


       Exits  0  if  a  normal  end of file was reached on one of the sockets.
       Otherwise it exits 1.


       ucspi-unix, ucspi-tcp


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