RTMPD(1M) K-Talk by Xinet (10/14/99 10.1) RTMPD(1M)
NAME [Toc] [Back]
rtmpd - AppleTalk Routing Table Maintenance daemon
SYNOPSIS [Toc] [Back]
/usr/etc/appletalk/rtmpd [ -N ] [ -H ] [ -O intr ] [ -D ]
DESCRIPTION [Toc] [Back]
The rtmpd daemon is a host daemon which manages AppleTalk
Routing Table Maintenance Protocol (RTMP) requests. It
listens on the well-known RTMP and RTMPReq sockets. On
machines with one Ethernet interface, it advertises the
presence of the local pseudo-network. On machines with more
than one interface, rtmpd advertises the networks on the
other interfaces. Killing rtmp with a SIGUSR2 will cause it
to dump its table of networks in /usr/adm/appletalk/at_log.
-D Causes rtmpd to run in the foreground,
printing debugging information.
-N Causes rtmpd to exit if there are other
routers on the network. This is an autoconfiguration
option that allows rtmpd to run
only when it is needed. This option will
have no effect if you have more than one
AppleTalk interface configured.
-H Causes rtmpd publish routes, but not propagate
routes between network interfaces. This
should be used only with the -H option to
-O Causes rtmpd to publish routes only on
interface intr. This is useful if you want
route on a small subnet, but don't want to
participate in routing on other interfaces.
FILES [Toc] [Back]
/usr/etc/appletalk/services File where rtmpd is started.
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