RSUPLNK(8) - man page online | administration and privileged commands
User entry into the ROSE network.
29 April 1997
RSUPLNK(8) Linux Programmer's Manual RSUPLNK(8)
NAMErsuplnk - User entry into the ROSE network.
SYNOPSISrsuplnk [-q] <port>
DESCRIPTIONThe rsuplnk program allows a user to gain entry into the ROSE network using the standard pseudo-digipeating method. Recent Linux kernels are aware of this form of operation and the ax25d program can listen for such connections. The normal mode of operation of a ROSE switch is to have one ROSE address (ie port) per physical AX.25 port. Therefore ROSE users coming in on a given AX.25 port will appear as if they come from the associated ROSE port. This is the reason for the need for a ROSE port as an argument. To use rsuplnk you need an entry in ax25d.conf to listen for incoming connections. In the example below, I will be listening for ROSE connections on my AX.25 port 144 using the callsign KE4GAJ-10 and the ROSE port associated with the AX.25 port is rs144. # [KE4GAJ-10* VIA 144] NOCALL * * * * * * L default * * * * * * - root /usr/sbin/rsuplnk rsuplnk rs144 # There would typically be one rsuplnk per user access AX.25 port. The associated program for exiting a ROSE network is rsdwnlnk. All errors generated by rsuplnk are written to the system debug log file.
OPTIONS-q Suppresses the messages generated by rsuplnk when making the connection.
SEE ALSOrose(4), ax25d.conf(5), ax25d(8), rsdwnlnk(8), rose_call(8).
Linux 29 April 1997 RSUPLNK(8)
AUTHORJonathan Naylor G4KLX <@g4klx.demon.co.uk>
|This manual||Reference||Other manuals|
|refer to||ax25d(8) | ax25d.conf(5) | rose(4) | rsdwnlnk(8)|