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5A simple application to test some of the KA9Q networking code.
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8    *          NOTES         *
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111. Make sure you change the definition of MY_ETHERNET_ADDRESS in init.c
12   before you try to use this program.
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142. If you do not use BOOTP (i.e. the `#define USE_BOOTP 1' in init.c is
15   removed), make sure you change the definition of MY_INTERNET_ADDRESS
16   before you try to use the program.
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18FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS MAY PROVOKE YOUR NETWORK
19ADMINISTRATOR TO THE POINT WHERE VICIOUS ATTACKS WILL BE MADE UPON YOU.
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213. Once this program is running on the target machine, you can test
22   the network code by:
23        a) Typing commands at the target console:
24                s - show network statistics
25                t - transmit TCP packets
26                u - transmit UDP packets
27        b) Run `telnet target_machine 24742' on another machines.
28           Everything you type should be echoed back and noted on
29           the target console.
30           You can run more than one telnet session at once.
31           You can use port number 24743 as well.
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