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MHEARD(1)						     Linux Programmer's Manual							 MHEARD(1)

mheard - display AX.25 calls recently heard. SYNOPSIS
mheard [-d cmns] [-n] [-o cfpt] [-v] [port...] DESCRIPTION
Mheard displays information about most recently heard AX.25 callsigns, the interface upon which they were heard, the total packets heard, the time at which the last one was heard and other information. Mheard displays different information, in different orders depending on the settings of the arguments. Information on specific ports can be displayed by giving the port names as arguments. OPTIONS
-d cmns Sets the information that is displayed for each AX.25 callsign heard. The different arguments are: c Display all the information with regard to callsigns, from-callsign, to-callsign, port name, and any digipeaters that may be in use. m Display miscellaneous information, the from-callsign, port name, no frames heard, the last type of frames heard, and which different PIDs have been heard from that station. n Display the default information. This is the from-callsign, port name, no frames heard and the date and time last heard. s Displays statistics about the station heard, the from-callsign, port name, no I frames, no S frames, no U frames, time first heard, and time last heard. -n Supress the displaying of titles. -o cfpt Sets the ordering of the information displayed. The meanings of the different arguments are: c Sort list by from-callsign. f Sort list by number of frames heard. p Sort list by port name. t Sort list by the time last heard, this is the default. -v Display the version. FILES
/var/ax25/mheard/mheard.dat /etc/ax25/axports SEE ALSO
ax25(4), mheardd(8). AUTHOR
Jonathan Naylor G4KLX <> Linux 19 August 1996 MHEARD(1)

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AXPARMS(8)						   Linux System Managers Manual 						AXPARMS(8)

axparms - Configure AX.25 interfaces. SYNOPSIS
axparms --assoc|--forward|--route|--setcall|--version ... DESCRIPTION
The axparms command is designed to be a multi-function command that allows miscellaneous commands to be issued to the Linux AX.25 protocol layer. It includes the functionality of axassociate and axsetcall which this command superceedes. The different modes of the command are chosen by the first argument. Sunsequent arguments depend upon this argument and so no generalised command format can be given. --assoc Argument The format of this option is: axparms --assoc <callsign> <username> axparms --assoc <callsign> delete axparms --assoc policy [default|deny] axparms --assoc show This option mainpulates the kernel uid/callsign mapping table, allowing callsigns to be associated and dis-associated with a user. The pol- icy option permits the superuser to have all other uid's either default to the actual port name, or to block traffic. At power up the table is blank and the policy is 'default', which is thus backward compatible. --forward Argument Allows the use of many receivers with one transmitter, known as packet forwarding in many systems. The format of this command is: axparms --forward <portfrom> <portto> axparms --forward <portfrom> delete Any packets to be transmitted on port portfrom will be transmitted on port portto. This will stay in force until the second form of the command is issued which will remove the association. --route Argument This option allows the internal AX.25 routing table to be manipulated. This table is available for reading in /proc/net/ax25_route, and will be built up dynamically by stations heard. However it is possible to add, delete and list entries via this option. The formats of this option are: axparms --route add <port> <callsign> [<digis>] [--ipmode V|D] axparms --route del <port> <callsign> axparms --route list Routes added via this command will not be removed from the internal routing table when they are "old" as normal entries are. The --ipmode option sets mode vc or mode datagram for this destination. If the <callsign> argument is set to "default" then this will set the default route for all outgoing AX.25 connections which will be used when there is no specific route to the required destination. --setcall Argument The format of this option is: axparms --setcall <interface> <callsign> This changes the callsign associated at the given physical ax25 interface. Cave: The interface name is not the symbolic port name from axports, but the real interface name (from ifconfig(8)): ax0, ax1, .., sp0, .., bpq0, ... etc.. The change is permanent as long as the interface exists, or another "axparms --setcall" is issued. The interface has to exist already in order to use this option; it may be in state UP or DOWN. --version Argument This option displays the version of the AX.25 utilities that axparms belongs to. FILES
/proc/net/ax25_bpqether /proc/net/ax25_calls /etc/ax25/axports SEE ALSO
call(1), getsockopt(2), setsockopt(2), ax25(4), axctl(8), axports(5). AUTHORS
Alan Cox GW4PTS <> Jonathan Naylor G4KLX <> Joerg Reuter DL1BKE <> Linux 25 July 1997 AXPARMS(8)
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