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mknod backpipe p; while nc -l -p 80 0<backpipe | tee -a inflow | \
nc localhost 81 | tee -a outflow 1>backpipe; do echo \"restarting\"; done


Listen on localhost:80, forward to localhost:81 and log both sides of the conversation to outflow, automatically restarting if the connection dies.


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Serve files on port 8080 for anybody from the directory from where you start this command:

:;while [ $? -eq 0 ];do nc -vlp 8080 -c'(r=read;e=echo;$r a b c;z=$r;while [ ${#z} -gt 2 ];do $r z;done;f=`$e $b|sed 's/[^a-z0-9_.-]//gi'`;h="HTTP/1.0";o="$h 200 OK\r\n";c="Content";if [ -z $f ];then($e $o;ls|(while $r n;do if [ -f "$n" ]; then $e "<a href=\"/$n\">`ls -gh $n`
";fi;done););elif [ -f $f ];then $e "$o$c-Type: `file -ib $f`\n$c-Length: `stat -c%s $f`";$e;cat $f;else $e -e "$h 404 Not Found\n\n404\n";fi)';done


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On client machine
nc -lpvv port > file

On server machine
nc -vv clientip port < file


Example :
Client: nc -l -p 6868 > file.txt
Server: nc 31.41.59.26 6868 < file.txt


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