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

     NAME    [Toc]    [Back]
	  atinfo - print the AppleTalk information for each interface

     SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]
	  atinfo [-x]

     DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]
	  The atinfo command prints netrange, net, node, phase,	and
	  zone information for each Ethernet interface.	 If the
	  interface has	not been configured with atconfig, the Zone
	  field	will read ``Interface not configured.''	 Despite the
	  fact that Phase I AppleTalk is no longer supported, atinfo
	  may still print phase	information as ``1 or 2'' until	the
	  interface is configured.

	  If the interface is configured, atinfo attempts to contact
	  the nbpd(1m) to get a	list of	zones for the interface.   If
	  the daemon does not respond, an error	message	will be
	  printed.    If it does respond, a list of the	zones
	  associated with the interface	will be	displayed, with	the
	  default zone first.

	  The -x option	specifies that the display of numbers should
	  be in	hexadecimal, rather than decimal.

	  By running atinfo before configuring an interface, you can
	  find out whether other routers are present on	a network.
	  Since	the net	range is taken from packets sent by other
	  routers whenever possible, atinfo will show a	nonzero
	  netrange before atconfig(1m) has been	run, if	other routers
	  exist	on the network(or after	atconfig(1m) has been run with
	  the -clear flag which	clears all old assignments).  When no
	  other	routers	are present, the netrange will remain zero.

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