Net_Vpopmaild is a pear Class for accessing Vpopmail's vpopmaild
daemon. It supports all vpopmaild commands, such as adding/removing
domains, users, robots (autoresponders), and ezmlm lists (todo),
as well as modifying domain limits, ip maps, etc.
Net::Frame is a fork of Net::Packet. The goal here was to greatly
simplify the use of the frame crafting framework. Net::Packet does
many things undercover, and it was difficult to document all the thingies.
Also, Net::Packet may suffer from unease of use, because frames were
assembled using layers stored in L2, L3, L4 and L7 attributes. Net::Frame
removes all this, and is splitted in different modules, for those who only
want to use part of the framework, and not whole framework.
Finally, anyone can create a layer, and put it on his CPAN space, because
of the modularity Net::Frame offers. For an example,
see Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv4 on my CPAN space.
Net::OAuth provides a low-level API for reading and writing OAuth messages.
OAuth is an open protocol to allow secure API authentication in a simple and
standard method from desktop and web applications. In practical terms, OAuth is
a mechanism for a Consumer to request protected resources from a Service
Provider on behalf of a user.
- classes that encapsulate OAuth messages (requests and responses).
- message signing
- message serialization and parsing.
- 2-legged requests (aka. tokenless requests, aka. consumer requests), see
Net::OAuth does not provide:
- Consumer or Service Provider encapsulation
- token/nonce/key storage/management
Net::Address::Ethernet - find hardware ethernet address.
Net::Rendezvous::Publish - publish Rendezvous services
This is a snapshot release of the NIS interface to Perl 5. There are
three parts to the interface: the raw component (Net::NIS), the
object-oriented component (Net::NIS::Table), and the tied interface
Unless someone provides strong reason to support the raw or OO
components, they will be marked as deprecated and not documented or
enhanced (but still supported for backward compatibility).
Using Net::MovableType you can post new entries, edit existing
entries, browse entries and users blogs, and perform most of the
features you can perform through accessing your MovableType account.
Since Net::MovableType uses MT's remote procedure call gateway, you
can do it from any computer with Internet connection.
Net::MovableType promises an intuitive, user friendly, Object Oriented
interface for managing your web sites published through MovableType.
Most of the method names correspond to those documented in MovableType's
Programming Interface Manual.
This module is a unified framework to craft, send and receive packets at
layers 2, 3, 4 and 7.
Basically, you forge each layer of a frame (Net::Packet::IPv4 for layer 3,
Net::Packet::TCP for layer 4 ; for example), and pack all of this into a
Net::Packet::Frame object. Then, you can send the frame to the network, and
receive it easily, since the response is automatically searched for and
matched against the request.
Net::RabbitFoot is an AMQP(Advanced Message Queuing Protocol) client library,
that is intended to allow you to interact with AMQP-compliant message
brokers/servers such as RabbitMQ in an asynchronous fashion.
You can use Net::RabbitFoot to -
* Declare and delete exchanges
* Declare, delete, bind and unbind queues
* Set QoS
* Publish, consume, get, ack, recover and reject messages
* Select, commit and rollback transactions
Net::RabbitFoot is known to work with RabbitMQ versions 2.4.0 and version 0-8
of the AMQP specification.
This package sends wake-on-lan packets to turn on machines
that are wake-on-lan capable.
For now there is only one function in this package:
Net::Wake::by_udp(host, mac_address, [port]);
You can power on PCs by
perl -e 'use Net::Wake; Net::Wake::by_udp("192.168.0.1", "xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx");'
You can also specify broadcast address for `host'. It is useful in a