I cant find any good documentation that explains the commands. I'm running it this way.
On the receiver:
ttcp -rs -l1024 -n10 -p4444
On the sender:
ttcp -ts -l1024 -n10 -p4444 dest_ip_here
Can anyone tell me what the -l switch and the -n switch do? (in layman terms). I know it has something to do with packet length. Right?
Also, feel free to elaborate and give any pertinent info you think may help.
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