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  1. .\" This file was originally generated by help2man 1.36.
  2. .TH OSPFCLIENT "8" "July 2010"
  3. .SH NAME
  4. ospfclient \- an example ospf-api client
  5. .SH SYNOPSIS
  6. .B ospfclient
  7. .I ospfd
  8. .I lsatype
  9. .I opaquetype
  10. .I opaqueid
  11. .I ifaddr
  12. .I areaid
  13. .SH DESCRIPTION
  14. .B ospfclient
  15. is a an example ospf-api client to test the ospfd daemon.
  16. .SH OPTIONS
  17. .TP
  18. .I ospfd
  19. A router where the API\-enabled OSPF daemon is running.
  20. .TP
  21. .I lsatype
  22. The value has to be either "9", "10", or "11", depending on the flooding
  23. scope.
  24. .TP
  25. .I opaquetype
  26. The value has to be in the range of 0\-255 (for example, experimental
  27. applications use
  28. .I opaquetype
  29. larger than 128).
  30. .TP
  31. .I opaqueid
  32. Arbitrary application instance (24 bits).
  33. .TP
  34. .I ifaddr
  35. Interface IP address for type 9, otherwise it will be ignored.
  36. .TP
  37. .I areaid
  38. Area in the IP address format for type 10, otherwise it will be ignored.
  39. .SH "SEE ALSO"
  40. .BR ospfd (8).
  41. .SH AUTHORS
  42. See the project homepage at <http://www.quagga.net/>.