TinTin++ Mud Client Manual

Command: #port {option} {argument}

         #port {init} {name} {port} {file}
           Initilize a port session.

         #port {call} {address} {port}
           Connect to a remote socket.

         #port {color} {color names}
           Set the default color of port messages.

         #port {dnd}
           Do Not Disturb. Decline new connections

         #port {group} {name} {group}
           Assign a socket group.

         #port {ignore} {name}
           Ignore a socket

         #port {info}
           Display information about the port session.

         #port {name} {name}
           Change socket name.

         #port {prefix} {text}
           Set prefix before each message.

         #port {send} {name|all} {text}
           Send data to socket

         #port {uninitialize}
           Uninitialize the port session.

         #port {who}
           Show all connections

         #port {zap} {name}
           Close a connection

         The port command is very similar to chat except that it creates a
         new session dedicated to receiving socket connections at the given
         port number without built-in support for a communication protocol.

         You can init with 0 as the port number to create a dummy session.

Related: all, chat, run, session, sessionname, snoop, ssl and zap.