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I am looking for help to implement / test rfcomm - on Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS

When I type
rfcomm -a

I get this response

nov25-1@nov251-desktop:~$ rfcomm --a
nov25-1@nov251-desktop:~$ 



When I type 

rfcomm -h
I get this



nov25-1@nov251-desktop:~$ rfcomm --h
RFCOMM configuration utility ver 5.64
Usage:
	rfcomm [options] <command> <dev>

Options:
	-i, --device [hciX|bdaddr]     Local HCI device or BD Address
	-h, --help                     Display help
	-r, --raw                      Switch TTY into raw mode
	-A, --auth                     Enable authentication
	-E, --encrypt                  Enable encryption
	-S, --secure                   Secure connection
	-C, --central                  Become the central of a piconet
	-L, --linger [seconds]         Set linger timeout
	-a                             Show all devices (default)

Commands:
	bind     <dev> <bdaddr> [channel]	Bind device
	release  <dev>                   	Release device
	show     <dev>                   	Show device
	connect  <dev> <bdaddr> [channel]	Connect device
	listen   <dev> [channel [cmd]]   	Listen
	watch    <dev> [channel [cmd]]   	Watch

nov25-1@nov251-desktop:~$ 


I am using this link

Ubuntu Manpage: rfcomm - RFCOMM configuration utility[^]

Any help would be greatly appreciated
Thanks
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