May 26, 2018
FSP daemon, clients, and scanner
This is a server daemon, port scanner and optionally clients for FSP, the File Service Protocol.
FSP is lightweight and connectionless. It is typically used for offering files to “anonymous” visitors over a congested link. It uses UDP rather than TCP sockets. A service contact port well-known port for FSP has not been assigned by IANA per RFC 1700. See <URLhttp//www.faqs.org/faqs/fsp-faq/> for an overview.
To use fspd, you must copy the fspd.conf.sample file, normally installed in /usr/local/etc/, to fspd.conf and edit it.
You can run fspd from inetd or stand-alone.