xorp_rtrmgr [-a allowed host] [-l file] [-L syslog facility] [-n allowed net] [-b file] [-i interface] [-p port] [-P pidfile] [-q seconds] [-t directory] [-x directory] [-N] [-h] [-v] [-d]
This manual page documents briefly the xorp_rtrmgr command.
This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.
xorp_rtrmgr is the program that that manages the whole
eXtensible Open Router Platform (XORP) platform. The program loads its
configuration file (commonly named config.boot)
which will read from the current working directory You can specify a
different filename for the configuration file using the -b command line flag. The -N "no execute" flag will cause
xorp_rtrmgr to startup and pretend the router is operating
normally, but to not actually start any processes. This can be used to
check configuration files.
Typically xorp_rtrmgr must be run as root. This is because it starts up processes that need privileged access to insert routes into the forwarding path in the kernel.
To interact with the router via the command line interface, the operator should use the XORP command shell xorpsh.
xorp_rtrmgr allows the following options:
The programs are documented fully in the Xorp User Manual available at /usr/share/doc/xorp-doc/ in Debian systems when the xorp-doc package is installed.
XORP is Copyright (c) 2001-2009 XORP, Inc.
This manual page was written by Javier Fernandez-Sanguino firstname.lastname@example.org for the Debian system (but may be used by others). For licensing details please see /usr/share/doc/xorp/copyright.