DOS: Send a Message to a Listening Port via MATLAB

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Matlab2010 le 25 Avr 2012
I am running win7. Not a "pure" mathlab question, but I hope someone can help.
I have a third party application running on my machine. It is listening on port X for the message "STOP", which will cause the 3rd party app to shut down.
I wish to use system.m to pass this message to the app. How can I do this? I suspect this requires knowing the correct command line inputs.
thank you

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Matlab2010 le 30 Avr 2012
telnet via system.m
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson le 30 Avr 2012
That will not work by itself. In order to get that to work, you would need to use some mex code that did a process open of telnet: otherwise you will not be able to connect to the input of the telnet process.

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Jan le 25 Avr 2012
There are several TCP/IP communication programs in the FEX: FEX: Search TCPIP. This is not the system command, but they can send a message to a specific port.

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson le 25 Avr 2012 which is a reboot of the older netcat program.


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