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     ATSERVERS(1)     K-Talk by	Xinet (10/14/99	10.1)	  ATSERVERS(1)



     NAME    [Toc]    [Back]
	  atservers - print AppleTalk services

     SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]
	  atservers [ -v ] [ -w	] [ -x ] [ -a ]	[ -O object ] [	-T
	  type ] [ -Z zone ] [ -N net.node ] [ number ]

     DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]
	  The atservers	utility	uses the AppleTalk Name	Binding
	  Protocol (NBP) to look up all	named entities on the UNIX
	  host's AppleTalk network.  The flags are defined as follows:

	  -v   produces	a more readable	(but less parseable) output.

	  number
	       specifies the number of entities	atservers will look
	       up.  If no number is specified, atservers will look for
	       up to 20	entities per zone.  If there are more entities
	       in a zone than number, a	 '[...]' (or a longer message
	       in verbose mode)	will be	printed	at the end of the
	       listings	for that zone.	In nonverbose mode, atservers
	       prints any entities it finds (in	the format
	       object:type@zone), along	with node information (in the
	       format [net/node/socket #] in decimal).

	  -x   prints the node information in hexadecimal rather than
	       decimal.

	  -Z zone
	       specifies that the lookup will be for the AppleTalk
	       zone; otherwise,	the lookup will	be in the local	zone.

	   -T type
	       specifies that  the lookup will be for a	specific type
	       of entity.

	   -O object
	       specifies that the lookup will be for the entity	(such
	       as a machine name) identified as	object.

	  -a   indicates that the lookup should	occur in all known
	       zones.

	  -w   causes atservers	to wait	longer for responses.  This is
	       mainly useful for long-haul networks, where response
	       times are slow.	 If the	-w flag	changes	the output on
	       a local net, it usually means there are network
	       configuration problems.

	  -N net.node
	       specifies that only services registered at the address
	       net.node	are found.  This flag causes the -Z -T and -O



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	       options to be ignored.

     DIAGNOSTICS    [Toc]    [Back]
	  No entities in zone "zonename".
					No entities in the specified
					zone (or as specified by the
					options) were found by the
					lookup operation.

	  More entities	may exist in zone "zonename"...:
					specify	a larger number
					argument to see	the additional
					entities.

	  [...]:			More entities may exist	in the
					zone.  You must	specify	a
					larger number argument to see
					the additional entities.





































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