Daemon which listens for AX.25-packets This is ax25spyd (formerly known as monixd), a daemon, which listens
for AX.25-packets from the kernel-ax.25. These packets are decoded (like listen(1)) but not displayed.
Other programs can connect to ax25spyd and issue commands. They will get all heard ax.25-Packets in a human-readable-format, an Mheard structure, DX-Cluster-messages or (to be added) spydata.
The program ax25spy is an demo program for ax25spyd. It uses the TCP/IP-Port 14090 to connect to the running ax25spyd and issues commands. The answers of ax25spyd will be read by ax25spy an be displayed. You can also use Port 14091 and 14092; there are no commands possible. On 14091 all Packets are shown in readable format, so you can telnet them. On 14092 the packet are exactly copied, but preceeded with an 4 byte, intel-ordered int size.
Read the manual (man ax25spy) for further information on ax25spy.
Read the file INSTALL for installing instruction.
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