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rarp



SYNOPSIS

       rarp [-V] [--version] [-h] [--help]
       rarp -a
       rarp [-v] -d hostname ...
       rarp [-v] [-t type] -s hostname hw_addr


NOTE

       This  program  is  obsolete.   From version 2.3, the Linux
       kernel no longer contains RARP support.  For a replacement
       RARP daemon, see ftp://ftp.dementia.org/pub/net-tools


DESCRIPTION

       Rarp  manipulates the kernel's RARP table in various ways.
       The primary options are clearing an address mapping  entry
       and  manually setting up one.  For debugging purposes, the
       rarp program also allows  a  complete  dump  of  the  RARP
       table.


OPTIONS

       -V     Display the version of RARP in use.

       -v     Tell the user what is going on by being verbose.

       -t type
              When  setting  or  reading  the  RARP  table,  this
              optional  parameter  tells  rarp  which  class   of
              entries  it should check for.  The default value of
              this parameter is ether (i.e.  hardware  code  0x01
              for  IEEE  802.3  10Mbps  Ethernet  .  Other values
              might include network technologies  such  as  AX.25
              (ax25) and NET/ROM (netrom).

       -a

       --list Lists the entries in the RARP table.

       -d hostname

       --delete hostname
              Remove all RARP entries for the specified host.

       -s hostname hw_addr

       --set hostname hw_addr
              Create  a RARP address mapping entry for host host­
              name with hardware address set  to  hw_addr  class,
              but  for most classes one can assume that the usual
              presentation can be used.  For the Ethernet  class,
              this  is  6  bytes  in  hexadecimal,  separated  by
              colons.


WARNING

       Fred N. van Kempen, <waltje@uwalt.nl.mugnet.org>
       Phil Blundell, <Philip.Blundell@pobox.com>

net-tools                 4 August 1997                   RARP(8)
  

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