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atalk_aton(3) [redhat man page]

ATALK_ATON(3)						     Library Functions Manual						     ATALK_ATON(3)

NAME
atalk_aton - AppleTalk address parsing SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/types.h> #include <netatalk/at.h> atalk_aton( cp, ata ) char *cp; struct at_addr *ata; DESCRIPTION
The atalk_aton() routine converts an ascii representation of an AppleTalk address to a format appropriate for system calls. Acceptable ascii representations include both hex and base 10, in triples or doubles. For instance, the address `0x1f6b.77' has a network part of `8043' and a node part of `119'. This same address could be written `8043.119', `31.107.119', or `0x1f.6b.77'. If the address is in hex and the first digit is one of `A-F', a leading `0x' is redundant. SEE ALSO
atalk(4). netatalk 1.3 12 Jan 1994 ATALK_ATON(3)

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ATALK(4)							   Netatalk 2.2 							  ATALK(4)

NAME
atalk - AppleTalk protocol family SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/types.h> #include <netatalk/at.h> DESCRIPTION
The AppleTalk protocol family is a collection of protocols layered above the Datagram Delivery Protocol (DDP), and using AppleTalk address format. The AppleTalk family may provide SOCK_STREAM (ADSP), SOCK_DGRAM (DDP), SOCK_RDM (ATP), and SOCK_SEQPACKET (ASP). Currently, only DDP is implemented in the kernel; ATP and ASP are implemented in user level libraries; and ADSP is planned. ADDRESSING
AppleTalk addresses are three byte quantities, stored in network byte order. The include file <netatalk/at.h> defines the AppleTalk address format. Sockets in the AppleTalk protocol family use the following address structure: struct sockaddr_at { short sat_family; u_char sat_port; struct at_addr sat_addr; char sat_zero[ 8 ]; }; The port of a socket may be set with bind(2). The node for bind must always be ATADDR_ANYNODE: ``this node.'' The net may be ATADDR_ANYNET or ATADDR_LATENET. ATADDR_ANYNET coresponds to the machine's ``primary'' address (the first configured). ATADDR_LATENET causes the address in outgoing packets to be determined when a packet is sent, i.e. determined late. ATADDR_LATENET is equivalent to opening one socket for each network interface. The port of a socket and either the primary address or ATADDR_LATENET are returned with getsockname(2). SEE ALSO
bind(2), getsockname(2), atalkd(8). Netatalk 2.2 17 Dec 1991 ATALK(4)

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