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TROLL(1) Revised April 19, 1993 TROLL(1) troll -network simulator / datagram forwarder
 

Summary: TROLL(1) Revised April 19, 1993 TROLL(1)
NAME
troll - network simulator / datagram forwarder
SYNOPSIS
troll [options] port
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DESCRIPTION
Troll is an application designed to simulate the various quirks and vagaries of a network environment. The
troll forwards UDP datagrams between processes, possibly dropping, delaying, garbling, and/or duplicating
those datagrams.
COMMAND LINE ARGUMENTS
port The UDP port number on which the troll will listen for incoming datagrams. This argument is
mandatory, and must be an integer between 1024 and 65535.
-STCPend1
The IP address of one end of the UDP connection.
-CTCPend2
The IP address of other end of the UDP connection.
-aport1 The UDP port on which TCPend1 sends/receives datagrams.
-bport2 The UDP port on which TCPend2 sends/receives datagrams.

  

Source: Akella, Aditya - Department of Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin at Madison

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences