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BlueR tools — swiss army knife for GATT services, L2CAP and RFCOMM sockets on Linux
The following command line tools are included:
blumon: Scans for and monitors Bluetooth devices similar to
gattcat: Swiss army knife for Bluetooth LE GATT services.
- discovers Bluetooth LE devices and their services
- resolves all well-known UUIDs and manufacturer ids
- performs all possible operations on GATT services
- connects (via notify and write) to a remote GATT service
- serves (via notify and write) a local program over a GATT service
- implements the Nordic UART service (NUS) as client and server
l2cat: netcat-like for Bluetooth classic (BR/EDR) and LE L2CAP sockets.
- connects to remote L2CAP PSMs
- listens on local L2CAP PSMs and accepts connections
- serves a local program on an L2CAP PSM
- speed tests
rfcat: netcat-like for Bluetooth RFCOMM sockets.
- connects to remote RFCOMM channels
- listens on local RFCOMM channels
- serves a local program on an RFCOMM channel
- resolve and publish SDP records
- speed tests
Each tool supports the
--help option for detailed usage information.
First, install D-Bus and Bluetooth libraries on your system. On Debian this can be achieved by running
sudo apt install libdbus-1-dev
Then, run the following command to install BlueR tools
cargo install bluer-tools
If you do not have Cargo on your system, you can use rustup for installing it.