This is the command bpsource that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
bpsource - Bundle Protocol transmission test shell
bpsource destinationEndpointId ['text'] [-tTTL]
When text is supplied, bpsource simply uses Bundle Protocol to send text to a counterpart
bpsink application task that has opened the BP endpoint identified by
destinationEndpointId, then terminates.
Otherwise, bpsource offers the user an interactive "shell" for testing Bundle Protocol
data transmission. bpsource prints a prompt string (": ") to stdout, accepts a string of
text from stdin, uses Bundle Protocol to send the string to a counterpart bpsink
application task that has opened the BP endpoint identified by destinationEndpointId, then
prints another prompt string and so on. To terminate the program, enter a string
consisting of a single exclamation point (!) character.
TTL indicates the number of seconds the bundles may remain in the network, undelivered,
before they are automatically destroyed. If omitted, TTL defaults to 300 seconds.
The source endpoint ID for each bundle sent by bpsource is the null endpoint ID, i.e., the
bundles are anonymous. All bundles are sent standard priority with no custody transfer
and no status reports requested.
"0" bpsource has terminated. Any problems encountered during operation will be noted in
the ion.log log file.
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