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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for atalkd.conf (redhat section 5)

atalkd.conf(5)			       File Formats Manual			   atalkd.conf(5)

       atalkd.conf - Configuration file used by atalkd(8) to determine the interfaces used by the
       master Netatalk daemon

       /etc/atalk//atalkd.conf is  the	configuration  file  used  by  atalkd  to  configure  the
       Appletalk interfaces and their behavior

       Any line not prefixed with # is interpreted. The configuration lines are composed like:

	      interface [ options ]

       The  simplest  case  is	to  have either no atalkd.conf, or to have one that has no active
       lines. In this case, atalkd should auto-discover the  local  interfaces	on  the  machine.
       Please note that you cannot split lines.

       The  interface is the network interface that this to work over, such as eth0 for Linux, or
       le0 for Sun.

       The possible options and their meanings are:

       -addr net.node
	      Allows specification of the net and node numbers for this interface,  specified  in
	      Appletalk numbering format (example: -addr 66.6).

	      Disables Appletalk routing. It is the opposite of -router.

       -net first[-last]
	      Allows the available net to be set, optionally as a range.

       -phase ( 1 | 2 )
	      Specifies  the  Appletalk  phase	that  this interface is to use (either Phase 1 or
	      Phase 2).

	      Like -seed, but allows single interface routing. It is the opposite of -dontroute.

       -seed  The seed option only works if you have multiple  interfaces.  It	also  causes  all
	      missing arguments to be automagically configured from the network.

       -zone zonename
	      Specifies  a  specific  zone  that  this interface should appear on (example: -zone
	      "Parking Lot"). Please note that zones with spaces  and  other  special  characters
	      should be enclosed in parentheses.


4th Berkeley Distribution		22 September 2000			   atalkd.conf(5)

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