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atalkd - AppleTalk RTMP, NBP, ZIP, and AEP manager
is responsible for all user level AppleTalk network management. This
includes routing, name registration and lookup, zone lookup, and the
AppleTalk Echo Protocol (similar to
is typically started at boot time, out of
It first reads from its configuration file,
If there is no configuration file,
will attempt to configure all available interfaces and will create a
configuration file. The file consists of a series of interfaces, one
per line. Lines with
in the first column are ignored, as are blank lines. The syntax is
Note that all field except the
are optional. The loopback interface is configured automatically. If
is specified, all other fields must be present. Also,
will exit during bootstrapping, if a router disagrees with its seed
is not given, all other information may be overriden during
auto-configuration. If no
option is given, the default phase as given on the command line is used
(the default is 2). If
is given and
is not, a
of one is assumed.
directive for each interface is the ``default'' zone. Under Phase 1, there
is only one zone. Under Phase 2, all routers on the network are
configured with the default zone and must agree.
maps ``*'' to the default zone of the first interface. Note: The
default zone for a machine is determined by the configuration of the
local routers; to appear in a non-default zone, each service, e.g.
must individually specify the desired zone. See also
If you are connecting a netatalk router to an existing AppleTalk
internet, you should first contact your local network administrators to
obtain appropriate network addresses.
can provide routing between interfaces by configuring multiple
interfaces. Each interface must be assigned a unique
between 1 and 65279 (0 and 65535 are illegal, and addresses between
65280 and 65534 are reserved for startup). It is best to choose the
i.e. if you have three machines on an Ethernet, don't chose a
of 1000-2000. Each
may have an arbitrary list of zones associated with it.
Below is an example configuration file for a sun4/40. The machine has
two interfaces, ``le0'' and ``le1''. The ``le0'' interface is
configured automatically from other routers on the network. The
machine is the only router for the ``le1'' interface.