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    DOS Client + Server

    hey every1, I'm looking for a dos written client and server but can't find the source anywhere.

    Client: Connects to a server. (Accepts commands from server and executes them on pc)
    Server: Opens a new port, waits for connections on and sends commands. (Shows number of users conected/ ip adresses)

    Any1 has any idea how to wite this stuff on dos ?
    I never built n e thing that opens ports.

    I need the script badly.. help any1 ?


    thnx

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    AO French Antique News Whore
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    Networking was so basic when DOS was available that what you're looking for is very hard. A Dos Client, go you might find but DOS Server? That probably impossible!
    -Simon \"SDK\"

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    Ya, i guess ur right about the server... I can use icq server on my pc.
    I wanna focus on a client:

    1. Connects to a server.
    2. Responds as pong to ping.
    3. After receiving a command, executes command on pc.
    4. Parametred command.
    EX: Say HAHA
    takes HAHA as a variable and preforms the command del %variable

    I have no idea how to write those things.

    Help any1 ?


    thnx

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    AO French Antique News Whore
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    This is realy out of knowledge sorry with DOS. Maybe you could find an application running Telnet for DOS but that the only idea I have with DOS. My other idea need Windows.
    -Simon \"SDK\"

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    can't you use netcat for your client and server?

    http://www.atstake.com/research/tools/

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