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DECnet hosts file.

24 July 1998
DECNET.CONF(5) File Formats Manual DECNET.CONF(5)


/etc/decnet.conf - DECnet hosts file


/etc/decnet.conf is an ASCII file which contains the description of the executor node and other DECnet nodes you plan to communicate with. There is one entry per line, and each line has the format: Type Address Name_tag Nodename Line_tag Device The field descriptions are: Type the type of node. The local node uses "executor". Remote nodes use "node" Address the DECnet address. Name_tag the constant string "name". Line_tag the constant string "line". There must be only one line specified for the executor node. Device the name of the Ethernet card for DECnet operations. (Usually "eth0"). EXAMPLE #Node Node Name Node Line Line #Type Address Tag Name Tag Device #---- ------- ---- ---- ---- ---------- executor 1.2 name pclnx line eth0 node 1.1 name mv3100 node 1.5 name pc386
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