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inetcat(1)		    General Commands Manual		    inetcat(1)

NAME
       inetcat	-  Opens a read/write interface	via STDIN/STDOUT to a TCP port
       on a usbmux device

SYNOPSIS
       inetcat [OPTIONS] <DEVICE_TCP_PORT>

DESCRIPTION
       inetcat is a simple netcat-like tool that allows	opening	 a  read/write
       interface  to  a	 TCP  port  on	a  usbmux  device  and exposing	it via
       STDIN/STDOUT.

OPTIONS
       -u, --udid UDID
	      Target specific device by	UDID. Note that	if this	option is  not
	      specified, inetcat will connect to the first device found.

       -n, --network
	      Connect  to  network  device. The	device needs to	have WiFi sync
	      enabled and needs	to be paired with this computer	 for  this  to
	      work.  Please  note that a device	might close connections	at any
	      time to save power.  This	option will make  inetcat  connect  to
	      network  attched	devices	only, unless -l	is passed too (see be-
	      low).

       -l, --local
	      Connect to USB device. This is  the  default  if	no  option  is
	      passed.  If  used	together with -n, inetcat will first attempt a
	      connection to a device attached via USB, and  if	not  available
	      attempt to reach a device	via network.

       -h, --help
	      Prints usage information.

       -d, --debug
	      Increase debug level.

EXAMPLE
       Use ssh ProxyCommand to connect to a jailbroken iOS device via SSH:

       $ ssh -oProxyCommand="inetcat 22" root@localhost

       Used in SSH config file to connect to iOS Device:

       $ cat ~/.ssh/config Host	myiphone
	 User root
	 ProxyCommand "icat 22 UDID_of_my_iphone" $ ssh	myiphone

AUTHOR
       Adrien Guinet

SEE ALSO
       iproxy(1)

ON THE WEB
       https://libimobiledevice.org

       https://github.com/libimobiledevice/libusbmuxd

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