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Ralph Rönnquist 2 years ago
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rrqnet-ifupdown.sh.8.adoc

@ -5,20 +5,20 @@ rrqnet-ifupdown.sh(8)
NAME
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rrqnet-ifupdown.sh - an ifupdown script to uphold *rrqnet* cables by
configuration in +/etc/network/interfaces+.
rrqnet-ifupdown.sh - an ifupdown script to uphold rrqnet cables with
iup and ifdown
SYNOPSIS
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/etc/network/if-post-down.d/rrqnet -> /etc/rrqnet/ifupdown.sh
/etc/network/if-pre-up.d/rrqnet -> /etc/rrqnet/ifupdown.sh
ln -s /etc/rrqnet/ifupdown.sh /etc/network/if-post-down.d/rrqnet
ln -s /etc/rrqnet/ifupdown.sh /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/rrqnet
DESCRIPTION
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*/etc/rrqnet/ifupdown.sh* is a utility script for upholding +rrqnet+
virtual cables via +/etc/network/interfaces+. The script is set up
both as "pre-up" and "post-down" scripts for handling the associated
as both "pre-up" and "post-down" scripts for handling the associated
+rrqnet+ configurations to bring up and tear down virtual cable plugs
over +tap+ interfaces.
@ -84,7 +84,9 @@ for UDP tunneling through host +111.222.333.444+, port +3636+, where
the local +tap+, named +mynet0+, has ipv4 address +10.0.0.2+. The
+rrqnet_port+ option is understood to identify the stanza as a virtual
cabling set up which then is duly handled by +rrqnet-ifupdown.sh+, and
all its options are used for declaring that tunneling.
all its options are used for declaring that tunneling. The
+rrqnet_options+ in the example tells the +rrqnet+ process to use an
ipv4-only socket.
NOTES
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@ -104,10 +106,10 @@ configured with that much smaller MTU than the real traffic.
SEE ALSO
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*interfaces(5)* - network interface configuration for ifup and ifdown
*rrqnet(8)* - packet tunneling over UDP, multiple channels
*brctl(8)* - ethernet bridge administration
*daemon(1)* - turns other processes into daemons
*interfaces(5)* - network interface configuration for ifup and ifdown
*rrqnet(8)* - packet tunneling over UDP, multiple channels
*brctl(8)* - ethernet bridge administration
*daemon(1)* - turns other processes into daemons
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