recvnet is the inverse of telnet
recvnet is the inverse of telnet. Instead of connecting to some host, it listens on a port for incoming connections. When a connection is made, it works as usual.
The license of this program can be obtained from: http://www.vanheusden.com/license.txt
and is actually the GNU Public License.
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