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ucspi-tcp-src 0.88-15
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--- tcpclient prints usage message without enough arguments
tcpclient: usage: tcpclient [ -hHrRdDqQv ] [ -i localip ] [ -p localport ] [ -T timeoutconn ] [ -l localname ] [ -t timeoutinfo ] host port program
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--- tcpclient prints error message with unknown port name
tcpclient: fatal: unable to figure out port number for nonexistentport
111
--- tcpclient prints error message when connection fails
tcpclient: unable to connect to 127.0.0.1 port 16: connection refused
111
--- tcpclient -q does not print error message when connection fails
111
--- tcpclient understands empty host name as synonym for 0
tcpclient: unable to connect to 127.0.0.1 port 16: connection refused
111
--- tcpclient understands unbracketed IP address
tcpclient: unable to connect to 127.0.0.1 port 16: connection refused
111
--- tcpclient understands bracketed IP address
tcpclient: unable to connect to 127.0.0.1 port 16: connection refused
111
--- tcpclient prints error message with unknown host name
tcpclient: fatal: no IP address for nonexistent.local.
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--- tcpclient prints error message with unresolvable host name
tcpclient: fatal: temporarily unable to figure out IP address for thislabelistoolongbecausednshasalimitof63charactersinasinglelabel.: protocol error
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--- tcpserver prints usage message without enough arguments
tcpserver: usage: tcpserver [ -1UXpPhHrRoOdDqQv ] [ -c limit ] [ -x rules.cdb ] [ -B banner ] [ -g gid ] [ -u uid ] [ -b backlog ] [ -l localname ] [ -t timeout ] host port program
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--- tcpserver -u 1 attempts to set uid to 1
tcpserver: fatal: unable to set uid: permission denied
111
--- tcpserver -U reads $UID
tcpserver: fatal: unable to set uid: permission denied
111
--- tcpserver -g 2 attempts to set gid to 2
tcpserver: fatal: unable to set gid: permission denied
111
--- tcpserver -U reads $GID
tcpserver: fatal: unable to set gid: permission denied
111
--- tcpserver prints error message with unknown port name
tcpserver: fatal: unable to figure out port number for nonexistentport
111
--- tcpserver prints error message with unknown host name
tcpserver: fatal: no IP address for nonexistent.local.
111
--- tcpserver prints error message with unresolvable host name
tcpserver: fatal: temporarily unable to figure out IP address for thislabelistoolongbecausednshasalimitof63charactersinasinglelabel.: protocol error
111
--- tcpserver prints error message with non-local host name
tcpserver: fatal: unable to bind: address not available
111
--- tcpserver sets basic environment variables
bannerPROTO=TCP
TCPLOCALHOST=Local
TCPLOCALIP=127.0.0.1
TCPLOCALPORT=50016
TCPREMOTEHOST=localhost
TCPREMOTEIP=127.0.0.1
TCPREMOTEPORT=50017
TCPREMOTEINFO=unset
0
--- tcpclient recognizes -D, -i, -r, -h, -t
bannerPROTO=TCP
TCPLOCALHOST=Local
TCPLOCALIP=127.0.0.1
TCPLOCALPORT=50016
TCPREMOTEHOST=localhost
TCPREMOTEIP=127.0.0.1
TCPREMOTEPORT=50018
TCPREMOTEINFO=unset
0
--- tcpclient sets basic environment variables
PROTO=TCP
TCPLOCALHOST=Local
TCPLOCALIP=127.0.0.1
TCPLOCALPORT=50019
TCPREMOTEHOST=unset
TCPREMOTEIP=127.0.0.1
TCPREMOTEPORT=50016
TCPREMOTEINFO=unset
0
--- tcpclient looks up host names properly
PROTO=TCP
TCPLOCALHOST=localhost
TCPLOCALIP=127.0.0.1
TCPLOCALPORT=50020
TCPREMOTEHOST=localhost
TCPREMOTEIP=127.0.0.1
TCPREMOTEPORT=50016
TCPREMOTEINFO=unset
0
--- tcpclient -v works
tcpclient: connected to 127.0.0.1 port 50016
ok
0
--- tcpserver prints error message with used port
tcpserver: fatal: unable to bind: address already used
111
--- tcpcat works
bannerPROTO=TCP
TCPLOCALHOST=Local
TCPLOCALIP=127.0.0.1
TCPLOCALPORT=50016
TCPREMOTEHOST=localhost
TCPREMOTEIP=127.0.0.1
TCPREMOTEINFO=unset
0
--- mconnect works
bannerPROTO=TCP
TCPLOCALHOST=Local
TCPLOCALIP=127.0.0.1
TCPLOCALPORT=50016
TCPREMOTEHOST=localhost
TCPREMOTEIP=127.0.0.1
TCPREMOTEINFO=unset
0
--- tcprules prints usage message without enough arguments
tcprules: usage: tcprules rules.cdb rules.tmp
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--- tcprules prints error message if it cannot create tmp
tcprules: fatal: unable to create /dev/nonexistent/tmp: file does not exist
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--- tcprules prints error message if it cannot move tmp to cdb
tcprules: fatal: unable to move test.tmp to /dev/nonexistent/cdb: file does not exist
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--- tcprules creates a cdb file
0
--- tcprulescheck sees deny
rule 1.2.3.4:
deny connection
0
--- tcprulescheck does not apply deny to another host
default:
allow connection
0
--- tcprules replaces a cdb file
0
--- tcprulescheck finds rule with address and info
rule joe@127.0.0.1:
set environment variable which=first
allow connection
0
--- tcprulescheck finds rule with address
rule 18.23.0.32:
set environment variable which=second
allow connection
0
--- tcprulescheck finds one-dot wildcard
rule 127.:
set environment variable which=third
allow connection
0
--- tcprulescheck finds zero-dot wildcard
rule :
set environment variable which=fourth
allow connection
0
--- tcprules handles comments, address ranges, multiple variables
0
rule 127.0.:
set environment variable which=first
set environment variable where=whatever
allow connection
rule 127.1.:
set environment variable which=first
set environment variable where=whatever
allow connection
rule 127.2.:
set environment variable which=first
set environment variable where=whatever
allow connection
rule 127.3.:
set environment variable which=first
set environment variable where=whatever
allow connection
rule 127.4.:
set environment variable which=first
set environment variable where=whatever
allow connection
rule 127.5.:
set environment variable which=first
set environment variable where=whatever
allow connection
default:
allow connection
default:
allow connection
default:
allow connection
default:
allow connection
default:
allow connection
--- tcprules handles host names
0
rule =known.edu:
set environment variable which=known
allow connection
rule :
set environment variable which=anybody
allow connection
rule :
set environment variable which=anybody
allow connection
rule =.abuser.edu:
deny connection
rule =.abuser.edu:
deny connection
--- tcprulescheck searches for rules in the proper order
0
rule xyz@86.75.30.9:
set environment variable which=first
allow connection
rule xyz@86.75.30.9:
set environment variable which=first
allow connection
rule xyz@=one.two.three:
set environment variable which=second
allow connection
rule 86.75.30.9:
set environment variable which=third
allow connection
rule 86.75.30.9:
set environment variable which=third
allow connection
rule 86.75.30.9:
set environment variable which=third
allow connection
rule 86.75.30.9:
set environment variable which=third
allow connection
rule =one.two.three:
set environment variable which=fourth
allow connection
rule =one.two.three:
set environment variable which=fourth
allow connection
rule 86.75.30.:
set environment variable which=fifth
allow connection
rule 86.75.30.:
set environment variable which=fifth
allow connection
rule 86.75.:
set environment variable which=sixth
allow connection
rule 86.75.:
set environment variable which=sixth
allow connection
rule 86.75.:
set environment variable which=sixth
allow connection
rule 86.75.:
set environment variable which=sixth
allow connection
rule 86.:
set environment variable which=seventh
allow connection
rule 86.:
set environment variable which=seventh
allow connection
rule 86.:
set environment variable which=seventh
allow connection
rule 86.:
set environment variable which=seventh
allow connection
rule =.two.three:
set environment variable which=eighth
allow connection
rule =.two.three:
set environment variable which=eighth
allow connection
rule =.three:
set environment variable which=ninth
allow connection
rule =.three:
set environment variable which=ninth
allow connection
rule =:
set environment variable which=tenth
allow connection
rule =:
set environment variable which=tenth
allow connection
rule :
set environment variable which=eleventh
allow connection
rule :
set environment variable which=eleventh
allow connection
--- addcr leaves an empty file alone
0
--- addcr leaves a partial final line alone
test0
--- addcr adds CR after the first line
test^M
0
--- addcr adds CR after the second line
test^M
test2^M
0
--- addcr handles nulls
t^@st^M
0
--- delcr leaves an empty file alone
0
--- delcr leaves a non-CR line alone
test
0
--- delcr removes CR if a line has it
test
0
--- delcr converts CR CR LF to CR LF
test^M
0
--- delcr does not remove CR from a partial final line
test^M0
--- delcr handles a non-CR partial final line
test0
--- delcr handles nulls
t^@st
0
--- fixcrio works
^M
hi^M
there^M
bye^M
--- recordio works
... < test $
... > test $
... < [EOF]$
... > [EOF]$
--- recordio handles multiple-line packets
... < test $
... < test2 $
... > test $
... > test2 $
... < [EOF]$
... > [EOF]$
--- recordio handles partial final lines
... < test+$
... > test+$
... < [EOF]$
... > [EOF]$
--- argv0 works
zero
0
--- argv0 requires arguments
argv0: usage: argv0 realname program [ arg ... ]
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--- rblsmtpd does not find 127.0.0.1 on the RBL
ok
0
--- rblsmtpd finds 127.0.0.2 on the RBL
rblsmtpd: 127.0.0.2 pid x: 451 Blackholed - see <URL:http://mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?127.0.0.2>
220 rblsmtpd.local^M
451 Blackholed - see <URL:http://mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?127.0.0.2>^M
221 rblsmtpd.local^M
0
--- rblsmtpd -b uses a permanent error code
rblsmtpd: 127.0.0.2 pid x: 553 Blackholed - see <URL:http://mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?127.0.0.2>
220 rblsmtpd.local^M
553 Blackholed - see <URL:http://mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?127.0.0.2>^M
221 rblsmtpd.local^M
0
--- rblsmtpd quits after a timeout
rblsmtpd: 127.0.0.2 pid x: 451 Blackholed - see <URL:http://mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?127.0.0.2>
220 rblsmtpd.local^M
0
--- rblsmtpd prints an immediate error message with -t0
rblsmtpd: 127.0.0.2 pid x: 451 Blackholed - see <URL:http://mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?127.0.0.2>
451 Blackholed - see <URL:http://mail-abuse.org/cgi-bin/lookup?127.0.0.2>^M
0
--- rblsmtpd understands an empty $RBLSMTPD
ok
0
--- rblsmtpd understands a nonempty $RBLSMTPD
rblsmtpd: 127.0.0.2 pid x: 451 Error
220 rblsmtpd.local^M
451 Error^M
221 rblsmtpd.local^M
0
--- rblsmtpd understands a permanent $RBLSMTPD
rblsmtpd: 127.0.0.2 pid x: 553 Error
220 rblsmtpd.local^M
553 Error^M
221 rblsmtpd.local^M
0
--- rblsmtpd understands -r
ok
0
--- rblsmtpd understands -a
ok
0
--- tcpserver -1v prints proper messages
50016
tcpserver: status: 0/2
tcpserver: status: 1/2
tcpserver: pid x from 127.0.0.1
tcpserver: ok x Local:127.0.0.1:50016 localhost:127.0.0.1::x
tcpserver: end x status 0
tcpserver: status: 0/2
tcpserver: status: 1/2
tcpserver: pid x from 127.0.0.1
tcpserver: ok x Local:127.0.0.1:50016 localhost:127.0.0.1::x
tcpserver: end x status 0
tcpserver: status: 0/2
tcpserver: status: 1/2
tcpserver: pid x from 127.0.0.1
tcpserver: ok x Local:127.0.0.1:50016 localhost:127.0.0.1::x
tcpserver: end x status 0
tcpserver: status: 0/2
tcpserver: status: 1/2
tcpserver: pid x from 127.0.0.1
tcpserver: ok x Local:127.0.0.1:50016 localhost:127.0.0.1::x
tcpserver: end x status 0
tcpserver: status: 0/2
tcpserver: status: 1/2
tcpserver: pid x from 127.0.0.1
tcpserver: ok x Local:127.0.0.1:50016 localhost:127.0.0.1::x
tcpserver: end x status 0
tcpserver: status: 0/2
tcpserver: status: 1/2
tcpserver: pid x from 127.0.0.1
tcpserver: ok x Local:127.0.0.1:50016 localhost:127.0.0.1::x
tcpserver: end x status 0
tcpserver: status: 0/2
tcpserver: status: 1/2
tcpserver: pid x from 127.0.0.1
tcpserver: ok x Local:127.0.0.1:50016 localhost:127.0.0.1::x
tcpserver: end x status 0
tcpserver: status: 0/2