Network address is any network numeric IP or name, followed by an optional
colon, followed by a port number or service name.
Examples: mit.edu:daytime, ftp.cdrom.com:21, 127.0.0.1
example: /parse tcp blackmud.com:2000
Typically this device is used to make a data connection. Although
there may one day exist a server which would be able to issue commands
to the Nexus command channel, this does not exist today... therefore
"/command tcp" has little use.
example: /command tcpserver 3245
This device is typically used to serve command data channels to
connecting telnet clients. Although, /parse TCPSERVER 2352, can
be useful also, using /GetLine %line and /Execute %line, essentially
resembles a direct command path...
example: /parse UDP domain.com:daytime
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