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Manual Reference Pages  -  SPIPE (1)

NAME

spipe - spiped client utility

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Options
See Also

SYNOPSIS

spipe -t <target socket> -k <key file> [-f | -g] [-j] [-o <connection timeout>]

OPTIONS

-t <target socket>
  Address to which spipe should connect.
-k <key file>
  Use the provided key file to authenticate and encrypt.
-f Use fast/weak handshaking: This reduces the CPU time spent in the initial connection setup, at the expense of losing perfect forward secrecy.
-g Require perfect forward secrecy by dropping connections if the other host is using the -f option.
-j Disable transport layer keep-alives. (By default they are enabled.)
-o <connection timeout>
  Timeout, in seconds, after which an attempt to connect to the target or a protocol handshake will be aborted (and the connection dropped) if not completed. Defaults to 5s.

SEE ALSO

spiped(1).
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spiped 1.4.2 SPIPE (1) October 10, 2014

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