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flashproxy-reg-email - Register with a facilitator using the email method

FLASHPROXY-REG-EMAIL(1)   FLASHPROXY-REG-EMAIL(1)

NAME

flashproxy-reg-email - Register with a facilitator using the email method

SYNOPSIS

flashproxy-reg-email [OPTIONS] [REMOTE][:PORT]

DESCRIPTION

Register with a flash proxy facilitator through email. Makes a STARTTLS connection to an SMTP server and sends mail with a client IP address to a designated address. By default the remote address registered is ":9000" (the external IP address is guessed based on the SMTP server’s response).
 
Using an SMTP server or email address other than the defaults will not work unless you have made special arrangements to connect them to a facilitator.
 
The email address is not polled continually. After running the program, it may take up to a minute for the registration to be recognized.
 
This program requires the M2Crypto library for Python.

OPTIONS

-4
Name lookups use only IPv4.
-6
Name lookups use only IPv6.
-d, --debug
Enable debugging output (Python smtplib messages).
--disable-pin
Don’t check the server’s public key against a list of known pins. You can use this if the server’s public key has changed and this program hasn’t been updated yet.
-e, --email=ADDRESS
Send mail to ADDRESS (default is "flashproxyreg.a@gmail.com").
--facilitator-pubkey=FILENAME
Encrypt registrations to the given PEM-formatted public key (default built-in).
-h, --help
Display help message and exit.
-s, --smtp=HOST[:PORT]
Use the given SMTP server (default is "gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com:25").
--transport=TRANSPORT
Registrations include the fact that you intend to use the given TRANSPORT (default "websocket").
--unsafe-logging
Don’t scrub IP addresses from logs.

SEE ALSO

http://crypto.stanford.edu/flashproxy/

BUGS

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06/17/2015