IRNETD(4) Linux-IrDA man pages IRNETD(4)NAME
irnetd - Handle automatically incoming IrNET connections
Irnetd is a very simple daemon automatically handling incoming IrNET connections. Every time a peer attempt to connect to the local com-
puter, irnetd generates the relevant pppd(8) command to starts an IrNET server handling this peer.
Override the default pppd(8) options. These options will just be passed on the command line of pppd(8). The default options are
"noauth nolock connect-delay 0 idle 10" which should fit most usages.
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SEE ALSO irda(7), irnet(4), pppd(8), irattach(8), irdadump(8).
irda-utils 2 May 2003 IRNETD(4)
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