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Re: [hylafax-users] Client/Server comunication protocol

On Wednesday 17 August 2005 10:43, Lorenzo Soncini wrote:
> Hello folks,
> I'm using Hylafax on Debian server.
> I know there is a client server protocol to comunicate with HylaFax server
> by a TCP/IP socket.
> There is some documentation about that protocol ?
> I need to send a TIFF file directlly from my application

Outside the world of Windows, most of what goes on over TCP/IP is 
human-readable.  So why not use a tool like tcpflow or ethereal  {both exist 
as debian packages BTW}  to see what some other, known good application sends 
to the port?  Then you can easily replicate this in your own application  
{assuming that you have already written / shamelessly plagiarised code to 
send data to an arbitrary port, à la netcat}.  

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