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AssetCacheTetheratorUtil(8) BSD System Manager's Manual AssetCacheTetheratorUtil(8)
AssetCacheTetheratorUtil -- control networking of tethered devices
AssetCacheTetheratorUtil [-j|--json] enable [--duration seconds] --first address --last address --server path
AssetCacheTetheratorUtil [-j|--json] disable
AssetCacheTetheratorUtil [-j|--json] isEnabled
AssetCacheTetheratorUtil [-j|--json] status
iOS and tvOS devices connected to a computer with a USB cable can be "tethered," so that they route their Internet requests through the com-
puter. AssetCacheTetheratorUtil enables a tethered network (perhaps for a specified number of seconds), disables it, or reports on its sta-
tus. AssetCacheTetheratorUtil must be run by root, except for the isEnabled and status commands.
-j|--json Print results in machine-parseable JSON format to stdout.
Automatically tear down the tether after a specified amount of time.
The first and last IPv4 addresses, in dot notation, to use for the tethered network. The gateway -- the tethering Mac -- will
have the first address.
The path to a plist specifying the tethered content cache. The plist must be a dictionary with the following keys and values:
A set of capabilities that the content cache supports.
guid string The content cache's ServerGUID.
port number The port number on which the content cache accepts requests.
System Preferences > Sharing > Content Caching, AssetCacheLocatorUtil(8), AssetCacheManagerUtil(8)
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