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SPIPE(1)			 spipe README			      SPIPE(1)

NAME
       spipe - spiped client utility

SYNOPSIS
       spipe  -t  <target socket> -k <key file>	[-f | -g] [-j] [-o <connection
       timeout>]
       spiped -v

OPTIONS
       -t <target socket>
	      Address to which spipe should connect.  Must be in  one  of  the
	      following	formats:

       o      /absolute/path/to/unix/socket

       o      host.name:port

       o      [ip.v4.ad.dr]:port

       o      [ipv6::addr]:port

       -k <key file>
	      Use the provided key file	to authenticate	and encrypt.  Pass "-"
	      to read from standard input.  Note  that	reading	 the  key  via
	      standard input will make it impossible to	read anything else via
	      standard input, thereby limiting spipe to	receiving data but not
	      sending any.

       -f     Use  fast/weak  handshaking:  This reduces the CPU time spent in
	      the initial connection setup  by	disabling  the	Diffie-Hellman
	      handshake, at the	expense	of losing perfect forward secrecy.

       -g     Require  perfect	forward	secrecy	by dropping connections	if the
	      other host is using the -f option.

       -j     Disable transport	layer keep-alives.  (By	default	they  are  en-
	      abled.)

       -o <connection timeout>
	      Timeout,	in  seconds,  after which an attempt to	connect	to the
	      target or	a protocol handshake will be aborted (and the  connec-
	      tion dropped) if not completed.  Defaults	to 5s.

       -v     Print version number.

SEE ALSO
       spiped(1).

spiped 1.6.1			April 05, 2020			      SPIPE(1)

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