Dkconfig configures the device dev (default #h) as a Datakit link and gives it kernel id netname (default dk).
Any subsequent reference to the device #kname and its subdirectories refers to conversations multiplexed on
As a convenience, dkconfig performs a
bind("#kname", "/net", MBEFORE)
to make the dk device available to dial(2).
Option -c allows the common signaling channel, csc, and the number of Datakit lines, nlines, to be specified.
Option -w sets the window size to window, a decimal number of bytes. This is most important on the PC's Incon
interface, which overflows if the window size is greater than 256.
Option -i causes an Incon device (default #i) to be configured as the Datakit connection.
Option -a causes the a serial line (default /dev/eia0) to be configured as the Datakit connection. The async
line protocol is pushed onto the serial line's stream to provide a multiplexed connection.
#h default device
#i incon device
by convention, Datakit device bind point