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  1. .TH OSPF6D 8 "July 2000" "Zebra Beast - OSPF6D" "Version 0.88"
  2. .SH NAME
  3. ospf6d \- an OSPF routing engine for use with Zebra and IPv6
  4. .SH SYNOPSIS
  5. .B ospf6d
  6. [
  7. .B \-dhv
  8. ]
  9. [
  10. .B \-f config-file
  11. ]
  12. [
  13. .B \-i pid-file
  14. ]
  15. [
  16. .B \-P port-number
  17. ]
  18. [
  19. .B \-A vty-address
  20. ]
  21. [
  22. .B \-u user
  23. ]
  24. .SH DESCRIPTION
  25. .B ospf6d
  26. is a routing component that works with the
  27. .B zebra
  28. routing engine.
  29. \fBospf6d\fR.
  30. .SH OPTIONS
  31. .TP
  32. \fB\-d\fR, \fB\-\-daemon\fR
  33. Runs in daemon mode, forking and exiting from tty.
  34. .TP
  35. \fB\-f\fR, \fB\-\-config-file \fR\fIconfig-file\fR
  36. Specifies the config file to use for startup. If not specified this
  37. option will likely default to \fB\fI/usr/local/etc/ospf6d.conf\fR.
  38. .TP
  39. \fB\-h\fR, \fB\-\-help\fR
  40. A brief message.
  41. .TP
  42. \fB\-i\fR, \fB\-\-pid_file \fR\fIpid-file\fR
  43. When ospf6d starts its process idenifier is written to
  44. \fB\fIpid-file\fR. The init system uses the recorded PID to stop or
  45. restart ospf6d. The likely default is \fB\fI/var/run/ospf6d.pid\fR.
  46. .TP
  47. \fB\-P\fR, \fB\-\-vty_port \fR\fIport-number\fR
  48. Specify the port that the ospf6d VTY will listen on. This defaults to
  49. 2606, as specified in \fB\fI/etc/services\fR.
  50. .TP
  51. \fB\-A\fR, \fB\-\-vty_addr \fR\fIvty-address\fR
  52. Specify the address that the ospf6d VTY will listen on. Default is all
  53. intrefaces.
  54. .TP
  55. \fB\-u\fR, \fB\-\-user \fR\fIuser\fR
  56. Specify the user ... Default is \fIquagga\fR.
  57. .TP
  58. \fB\-v\fR, \fB\-\-version\fR
  59. Print the version and exit.
  60. .SH COMMANDS
  61. \fB router ospf6 \fR
  62. \fB router zebra \fR -- (Move routes into kernel table)
  63. \fB network [NETWORK] area [OSPF6-AREA-ID] \fR
  64. \fB no network [NETWORK] \fR
  65. \fB show ip ospf6 interface \fR
  66. \fB show ip ospf6 neighbor \fR
  67. \fB show ip ospf6 database \fR
  68. \fB show ip ospf6 route \fR
  69. \fB debug ospf6 ism \fR
  70. \fB debug ospf6 packet \fR
  71. \fB debug ospf6 nsm \fR
  72. .SH FILES
  73. .TP
  74. .BI /usr/local/sbin/ospf6d
  75. The default location of the
  76. .B ospf6d
  77. binary.
  78. .TP
  79. .BI /usr/local/etc/ospf6d.conf
  80. The default location of the
  81. .B ospf6d
  82. config file.
  83. .TP
  84. .BI $(PWD)/ospf6d.log
  85. If the
  86. .B ospf6d
  87. process is config'd to output logs to a file, then you will find this
  88. file in the directory where you started \fBospf6d\fR.
  89. .SH WARNING
  90. This man page is intended as a quick reference for command line
  91. options, and for config file commands. The definitive document is the
  92. Info file \fBzebra\fR.
  93. .SH DIAGNOSTICS
  94. The ospf6d process may log to standard output, to a VTY, to a log
  95. file, or through syslog to the system logs. \fBospf6d\fR supports many
  96. debugging options, see the Info file, or the source for details.
  97. .SH "SEE ALSO"
  98. References to other related man pages:
  99. ripd(8), ripngd(8), ospfd(8), bgpd(8), zebra(8), vtysh(1)
  100. .SH BUGS
  101. .B ospf6d
  102. eats bugs for breakfast. If you have food for the maintainers try
  103. .BI <bug-zebra@gnu.org>
  104. .SH AUTHOR[S]
  105. See <\fBwww.zebra.org\fR>, or the Info file for an accurate list of authors.