SYNOPSISbnproxy [-f] [-d dumpfile] [-l logfile] [-p port] [servername [serverport]]
DESCRIPTIONbnproxy is a simple daemon which will relay client connections to a Battle.net® server like bnetd(8). It has the capability of saving a hexadecimal/ASCII dump of the network records (packets) into a log file. Someday this command might be useful for people playing from behind a NAT firewall.
If no servername is specified, localhost is assumed. If no serverport is specified, 6112 is assumed.
- -d --hexdump
- Put a hex dump of packets sent and received into the specified file.
- -f --foreground
- The server normally acts as a daemon and goes into the background. This forces the server to run in the foreground.
- -h --help --usage
- Print server usage information and exit.
- -l --logfile
- Put the event log messages into the specified file.
- -p --port
- Listen on the specified TCP and UDP port number.
- -v --version
- Causes bnproxy to print its version number and exit.
BUGSNo support for dynamic UDP address determination (SESSIONADDR packets) has been added. Support for multiple clients is broken because the server becomes confused as to which client to relay UDP server traffic to.
AUTHORRoss Combs ([email protected])
LEGAL NOTICESBattle.net, Diablo, Starcraft, Brood War, Warcraft, and Blizzard Entertainment are trademarks or registered trademarks of Blizzard Entertainment in the U.S. and/or other countries. All rights reserved.
Neither this program nor the bnetd project are in any way affiliated with Blizzard Entertainment.