propppctl

 

NAME

propppctl - Command line control utility for propppd  

SYNOPSIS

propppctl
create create-args...
destroy ppp-instance
show ppp-instance
status
list options
 

DESCRIPTION

The propppctl utility is used to configure and control the propppd(8) daemon. PPP instances may be created or destroyed, or status about one or more PPP instances may be displayed.

The command name is the first argument. The arguments accepted differs for each command.  

CREATE

Creates a new PPP instance. Each instance is assigned a unique name of the form session-N. This name can be used as an argument to SHOW and DESTROY commands to operate on the instance.  

DESTROY

Destroys the named PPP instance. PPP LCP messages are sent to the peer to terminate the connection.  

SHOW

Shows information about the named PPP instance.  

STATUS

Shows status information about propppd, such as the number of PPP instances, RADIUS requests and events.  

LIST

Prints a summary of all PPP instances. For each instance, its name, connection state and PPP username (if available) may be listed. The user may list only the PPP instances which are up or only those which are down.  

OPTIONS

 

CREATE

The create command creates a new PPP instance. Arguments are specified as a space-separated list. If an argument takes a value, the value is given in the word following the argument name. e.g.

   propppctl create param1 param1value param2 param3 param3value

propppd supports PPP over several different link types.

o
Ethernet (PPPoE)
o
L2TP (PPPoL2TP)
o
Serial tty device

The following sections describe all of the options available. Many arguments are the same as those used in pppd(8)  

Common Options

auth
Require the peer to authenticate itself before allowing network packets to be sent or received.
mru n
Set the MRU [Maximum Receive Unit] value to n. Propppd will ask the peer to send packets of no more than n bytes. The value of n must be between 128 and 16384; the default is 1500. Note that for the IPv6 protocol, the MRU must be at least 1280.
mtu n
Set the MTU [Maximum Transmit Unit] value to n. Unless the peer requests a smaller value via MRU negotiation, propppd will request that the kernel networking code send data packets of no more than n bytes through the PPP network interface. Note that for the IPv6 protocol, the MTU must be at least 1280.
passive
Enables the "passive" option in the LCP. With this option, propppd will attempt to initiate a connection; if no reply is received from the peer, propppd will then just wait passively for a valid LCP packet from the peer, instead of terminating, as it would without this option.
<local_IP_address>:<remote_IP_address>
Set the local and/or remote interface IP addresses. Either one may be omitted. The IP addresses can be specified with a host name or in decimal dot notation (e.g. 150.234.56.78). The remote address will be obtained from the peer if not specified in any option. If a local and/or remote IP address is specified with this option, propppd will not accept a different value from the peer in the IPCP negotiation, unless the ipcp-accept-local and/or ipcp-accept-remote options are given, respectively.
+ipv6
Enable the IPv6CP and IPv6 protocols.
ipv6 <local_interface_id>,<remote_interface_id>
Set the local and/or remote 64-bit interface identifier. Either one may be omitted. The identifier must be specified in standard ASCII notation of IPv6 addresses (e.g. ::dead:beef). If the ipv6cp-use-ipaddr option is given, the local identifier is the local IPv4 address (see above). On systems which supports a unique persistent id, such as EUI-48 derived from the Ethernet MAC address, ipv6cp-use-persistent option can be used to replace the ipv6 <local>,<remote> option. Otherwise the identifier is randomized.
allow-ip address(es)
Allow peers to use the given IP address or subnet without authenticating themselves. The parameter is parsed as for each element of the list of allowed IP addresses in the secrets files (see the AUTHENTICATION section in propppd.conf(5) ).
bsdcomp nr,nt
Request that the peer compress packets that it sends, using the BSD-Compress scheme, with a maximum code size of nr bits, and agree to compress packets sent to the peer with a maximum code size of nt bits. If nt is not specified, it defaults to the value given for nr. Values in the range 9 to 15 may be used for nr and nt; larger values give better compression but consume more kernel memory for compression dictionaries. Alternatively, a value of 0 for nr or nt disables compression in the corresponding direction. Use nobsdcomp or bsdcomp 0 to disable BSD-Compress compression entirely.
chap-interval n
If this option is given, propppd will rechallenge the peer every n seconds.
chap-max-challenge n
Set the maximum number of CHAP challenge transmissions to n (default 10).
chap-restart n
Set the CHAP restart interval (retransmission timeout for challenges) to n seconds (default 3).
debug
Enables connection debugging facilities. If this option is given, propppd will enable debug messages for the PPP instance which may be useful to diagnose connection problems.
loglevel level
Sets the PPP instance debug log level. level must be one of "error", "warning", "notice", "info" or "debug". "loglevel debug" is equivalent to the debug option.
default-mru
Disable MRU [Maximum Receive Unit] negotiation. With this option, propppd will use the default MRU value of 1500 bytes for both the transmit and receive direction.
deflate nr,nt
Request that the peer compress packets that it sends, using the Deflate scheme, with a maximum window size of 2**nr bytes, and agree to compress packets sent to the peer with a maximum window size of 2**nt bytes. If nt is not specified, it defaults to the value given for nr. Values in the range 9 to 15 may be used for nr and nt; larger values give better compression but consume more kernel memory for compression dictionaries. Alternatively, a value of 0 for nr or nt disables compression in the corresponding direction. Use nodeflate or deflate 0 to disable Deflate compression entirely. (Note: propppd requests Deflate compression in preference to BSD-Compress if the peer can do either.)
domain d
Append the domain name d to the local host name for authentication purposes. For example, if gethostname() returns the name porsche, but the fully qualified domain name is porsche.Quotron.COM, you could specify domain Quotron.COM. Propppd would then use the name porsche.Quotron.COM for looking up secrets in the secrets file, and as the default name to send to the peer when authenticating itself to the peer. This option is privileged.
enable-session
Enables session accounting via PAM or wtwp/wtmpx, as appropriate. When PAM is enabled, the PAM "account" and "session" module stacks determine behavior, and are enabled for all PPP authentication protocols. When PAM is disabled, wtmp/wtmpx entries are recorded regardless of whether the peer name identifies a valid user on the local system, making peers visible in the last(1) log. This feature is automatically enabled when the propppd login option is used. Session accounting is disabled by default.
eap-interval n
If this option is given and propppd authenticates the peer with EAP (i.e., is the server), propppd will restart EAP authentication every n seconds.
eap-max-rreq n
Set the maximum number of EAP Requests to which propppd will respond (as a client) without hearing EAP Success or Failure. (Default is 20.)
eap-max-sreq n
Set the maximum number of EAP Requests that propppd will issue (as a server) while attempting authentication. (Default is 10.)
eap-restart n
Set the retransmit timeout for EAP Requests when acting as a server (authenticator). (Default is 3 seconds.)
eap-timeout n
Set the maximum time to wait for the peer to send an EAP Request when acting as a client (authenticatee). (Default is 20 seconds.)
holdoff n
Specifies how many seconds to wait before re-initiating the link after it terminates. This option only has any effect if the persist option is used. The holdoff period is not applied if the link was terminated because it was idle.
idle n
Specifies that propppd should disconnect if the link is idle for n seconds. The link is idle when no data packets (i.e. IP packets) are being sent or received. Note: it is not advisable to use this option with the persist option.
ipcp-accept-local
With this option, propppd will accept the peer's idea of our local IP address, even if the local IP address was specified in an option.
ipcp-accept-remote
With this option, propppd will accept the peer's idea of its (remote) IP address, even if the remote IP address was specified in an option.
ipcp-max-configure n
Set the maximum number of IPCP configure-request transmissions to n (default 10).
ipcp-max-failure n
Set the maximum number of IPCP configure-NAKs returned before starting to send configure-Rejects instead to n (default 10).
ipcp-max-terminate n
Set the maximum number of IPCP terminate-request transmissions to n (default 3).
ipcp-restart n
Set the IPCP restart interval (retransmission timeout) to n seconds (default 3).
ipv6cp-accept-local
With this option, propppd will accept the peer's idea of our local IPv6 interface identifier, even if the local IPv6 interface identifier was specified in an option.
ipv6cp-max-configure n
Set the maximum number of IPv6CP configure-request transmissions to n (default 10).
ipv6cp-max-failure n
Set the maximum number of IPv6CP configure-NAKs returned before starting to send configure-Rejects instead to n (default 10).
ipv6cp-max-terminate n
Set the maximum number of IPv6CP terminate-request transmissions to n (default 3).
ipv6cp-restart n
Set the IPv6CP restart interval (retransmission timeout) to n seconds (default 3).
kdebug n
Enable debugging code in the kernel-level PPP driver. The argument values depend on the specific kernel driver, but in general a value of 1 will enable general kernel debug messages. (Note that these messages are usually only useful for debugging the kernel driver itself.) On most systems, messages printed by the kernel are logged by syslog(1) to a file as directed in the /etc/syslog.conf configuration file.
lcp-echo-failure n
If this option is given, propppd will presume the peer to be dead if n LCP echo-requests are sent without receiving a valid LCP echo-reply. If this happens, propppd will terminate the connection. Use of this option requires a non-zero value for the lcp-echo-interval parameter. This option can be used to enable propppd to terminate after the physical connection has been broken (e.g., the modem has hung up) in situations where no hardware modem control lines are available.
lcp-echo-interval n
If this option is given, propppd will send an LCP echo-request frame to the peer every n seconds. Normally the peer should respond to the echo-request by sending an echo-reply. This option can be used with the lcp-echo-failure option to detect that the peer is no longer connected.
lcp-max-configure n
Set the maximum number of LCP configure-request transmissions to n (default 10).
lcp-max-failure n
Set the maximum number of LCP configure-NAKs returned before starting to send configure-Rejects instead to n (default 10).
lcp-max-terminate n
Set the maximum number of LCP terminate-request transmissions to n (default 3).
lcp-restart n
Set the LCP restart interval (retransmission timeout) to n seconds (default 3).
login
Use the system password database for authenticating the peer using PAP, and record the user in the system wtmp file. Note that the peer must have an entry in the /etc/proppp/pap-secrets file as well as the system password database to be allowed access. See also the enable-session option.
maxconnect n
Terminate the connection when it has been available for network traffic for n seconds (i.e. n seconds after the first network control protocol comes up).
maxfail n
Terminate after n consecutive failed connection attempts. A value of 0 means no limit. The default value is 10.
ms-dns <addr>
If propppd is acting as a server for Microsoft Windows clients, this option allows propppd to supply one or two DNS (Domain Name Server) addresses to the clients. The first instance of this option specifies the primary DNS address; the second instance (if given) specifies the secondary DNS address.
ms-wins <addr>
If propppd is acting as a server for Microsoft Windows or "Samba" clients, this option allows propppd to supply one or two WINS (Windows Internet Name Services) server addresses to the clients. The first instance of this option specifies the primary WINS address; the second instance (if given) specifies the secondary WINS address.
name name
Set the name of the local system for authentication purposes to name. With this option, propppd will use lines in the secrets files which have name as the second field when looking for a secret to use in authenticating the peer. In addition, unless overridden with the user option, name will be used as the name to send to the peer when authenticating the local system to the peer. (Note that propppd does not append the domain name to name.)
noaccomp
Disable Address/Control compression in both directions (send and receive).
noauth
Do not require the peer to authenticate itself.
nobsdcomp
Disables BSD-Compress compression; propppd will not request or agree to compress packets using the BSD-Compress scheme.
noccp
Disable CCP (Compression Control Protocol) negotiation. This option should only be required if the peer is buggy and gets confused by requests from propppd for CCP negotiation.
nodeflate
Disables Deflate compression; propppd will not request or agree to compress packets using the Deflate scheme.
noip
Disable IPCP negotiation and IP communication. This option should only be required if the peer is buggy and gets confused by requests from propppd for IPCP negotiation.
noipv6
Disable IPv6CP negotiation and IPv6 communication. This option should only be required if the peer is buggy and gets confused by requests from propppd for IPv6CP negotiation.
noipdefault
Disables the default behaviour when no local IP address is specified, which is to determine (if possible) the local IP address from the hostname. With this option, the peer will have to supply the local IP address during IPCP negotiation (unless it specified explicitly on the command line).
nomagic
Disable magic number negotiation. With this option, propppd cannot detect a looped-back line. This option should only be needed if the peer is buggy.
nopcomp
Disable protocol field compression negotiation in both the receive and the transmit direction.
nopredictor1
Do not accept or agree to Predictor-1 compression.
novj
Disable Van Jacobson style TCP/IP header compression in both the transmit and the receive direction.
novjccomp
Disable the connection-ID compression option in Van Jacobson style TCP/IP header compression. With this option, propppd will not omit the connection-ID byte from Van Jacobson compressed TCP/IP headers, nor ask the peer to do so.
papcrypt
Indicates that all secrets in the /etc/proppp/pap-secrets file which are used for checking the identity of the peer are encrypted, and thus propppd should not accept a password which, before encryption, is identical to the secret from the /etc/proppp/pap-secrets file.
pap-max-authreq n
Set the maximum number of PAP authenticate-request transmissions to n (default 10).
pap-restart n
Set the PAP restart interval (retransmission timeout) to n seconds (default 3).
pap-timeout n
Set the maximum time that propppd will wait for the peer to authenticate itself with PAP to n seconds (0 means no limit).
password password-string
Specifies the password to use for authenticating to the peer.
persist
If the connection is terminated, try to reopen the connection. The maxfail option still has an effect on persistent connections.
predictor1
Request that the peer compress frames that it sends using Predictor-1 compression, and agree to compress transmitted frames with Predictor-1 if requested. This option has no effect unless the kernel driver supports Predictor-1 compression.
profile
Tells propppd to fetch additional arguments from the named profile defined in propppd.conf(5). The profile must exist. This option may be specified multiple times.
proxyarp
Add an entry to this system's ARP [Address Resolution Protocol] table with the IP address of the peer and the Ethernet address of this system. This will have the effect of making the peer appear to other systems to be on the local ethernet.
receive-all
With this option, propppd will accept all control characters from the peer, including those marked in the receive asyncmap. Without this option, propppd will discard those characters as specified in RFC1662. This option should only be needed if the peer is buggy.
remotename name
Set the assumed name of the remote system for authentication purposes to name.
remotenumber number
Set the assumed telephone number of the remote system for authentication purposes to number.
refuse-chap
With this option, propppd will not agree to authenticate itself to the peer using CHAP.
refuse-eap
With this option, propppd will not agree to authenticate itself to the peer using EAP.
refuse-pap
With this option, propppd will not agree to authenticate itself to the peer using PAP.
require-chap
Require the peer to authenticate itself using CHAP [Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol] authentication.
require-eap
Require the peer to authenticate itself using EAP [Extensible Authentication Protocol] authentication.
require-pap
Require the peer to authenticate itself using PAP [Password Authentication Protocol] authentication.
set name=value
Set a variable for use by external applications that listen for and receive events from propppd. The variables and values are included in the PPP event data sent by propppd when a PPP instance is destroyed or changes state.
silent
With this option, propppd will not transmit LCP packets to initiate a connection until a valid LCP packet is received from the peer.
sync
Use synchronous HDLC serial encoding instead of asynchronous. The device used by propppd with this option must have sync support.
user name
Sets the name used for authenticating the local system to the peer to name.
vj-max-slots n
Sets the number of connection slots to be used by the Van Jacobson TCP/IP header compression and decompression code to n, which must be between 2 and 16 (inclusive).
radius
Enables RADIUS authentication. propppd will contact the RADIUS servers specified in propppd.conf(5) when establishing and managing the PPP instance if RADIUS operations are enabled for the PPP instance.
rad-nas-ip-addr ip-address
Sets the value set in the RADIUS NAS-IP-Address AVP in RADIUS messages sent to the RADIUS server. By default, no NAS-IP-Address data is sent.
rad-nas-id string
Sets the value set in the RADIUS NAS-Id AVP in RADIUS messages sent to the RADIUS server. By default, no NAS-Id data is sent.
rad-calling-station-id string
Sets the value set in the RADIUS Calling-Station-ID AVP in RADIUS messages sent to the RADIUS server. By default, no Calling-Station-ID data is sent.
rad-nas-port-type number
Sets the value set in the RADIUS NAS-Port-Type AVP in RADIUS messages sent to the RADIUS server. By default, no NAS-Port-Type data is sent.
rad-nas-port number
Sets the value set in the RADIUS NAS-Port AVP in RADIUS messages sent to the RADIUS server. By default, no NAS-Port data is sent.
rad-acct
Indicates that RADIUS accounting messages should be sent to a RADIUS Accounting server when the PPP instance is established and when it closes. The default is that no RADIUS Accounting messages are sent.
rad-acct-interim-interval number
Specifies the periodic interval (as a number of seconds) with which propppd will send RADIUS Interim Accounting updates to the RADIUS Accounting server. Such messages are used to gather usage statistics of a PPP instance over time. The default is 0 (no interim updates are sent).
 

Ethernet

TODO  

L2TP

The following arguments may be used for PPP instances which use L2TP. The L2TP tunnel and session must already be established. Since L2TP sessions are created by an external L2TP application, these options would probably only be used by the L2TP application.

pppol2tp
Indicates that the PPP instance will use L2TP.
pppol2tp_fd number
The file descriptor of the L2TP tunnel. This is usually a UDP socket, but may also be an L2TPIP socket if the tunnel uses L2TPv3 IP encapsulation.
pppol2tp_protocol_version number
The L2TP protocol version. Must be 2 or 3 and must match the L2TP protocol version of the tunnel identified by the pppol2tp_tunnel_id parameter.
pppol2tp_lns_mode
Indicates that this side of the PPP connection is at an L2TP LNS. This enables L2TP-specific behaviour where LCP packets are checked for ACCM settings. The default is that propppd does not snoop LCP packets.
pppol2tp_send_seq
Indicates that L2TP sequence numbers should be added to transmitted L2TP data packets. Sequence numbers may be used by the peer to reorder packets. The default is off.
pppol2tp_recv_seq
Indicates that L2TP sequence numbers should be checked in received L2TP data packets and packets optionally reordered. The default is off.
pppol2tp_reorderto number
If pppol2tp_recv_seq is specified, this parameter sets the time which out-of-sequence packets should be held while trying to reorder them. The default is 0 (reordering disabled).
pppol2tp_debug_mask mask
This option may be used to enable debug messages in the L2TP PPP implementation. The mask is a bitmask of debug options: bit0 - verbose, bit1 - control API, bit2 - sequence numbers, bit3 - data packets. The default is 0 (no debug).
pppol2tp_ifname name
Sets the interface name to be assigned to the PPP interface when it is established. The default name is assigned by the Linux kernel using the 'pppN' naming convention.
pppol2tp_tunnel_id number
Specifies the L2TP tunnel-id. This identifies the L2TP tunnel instance over which the new PPP instance will be established. The tunnel must already exist.
pppol2tp_session_id number
Specifies the L2TP session-id. This identifies the L2TP session instance within the L2TP tunnel over which the new PPP instance will be established. The session must already exist.
pppol2tp_peer_tunnel_id number
Specifies the L2TP peer tunnel-id. This identifies the L2TP tunnel instance over which the new PPP instance will be established. The tunnel must already exist.
pppol2tp_peer_session_id number
Specifies the L2TP peer session-id. This identifies the L2TP session instance over which the new PPP instance will be established. The session must already exist.
 

Serial tty device

The following arguments may be used for PPP instances which use a serial device.

allow-number number
Allow peers to connect from the given telephone number. A trailing `*' character will match all numbers beginning with the leading part.
local
If using serial terminal devices, this option tells propppd to not use the modem control lines. With this option, propppd will ignore the state of the CD (Carrier Detect) signal from the modem and will not change the state of the DTR (Data Terminal Ready) signal. This is the opposite of the modem option.
ttyname
Use the serial port called ttyname to communicate with the peer. If ttyname does not begin with a slash (/), the string "/dev/" is prepended to ttyname to form the name of the device to open.
speed
This option sets the desired baud rate for the serial device.
asyncmap map
This option sets the Async-Control-Character-Map (ACCM) for this end of the link. The ACCM is a set of 32 bits, one for each of the ASCII control characters with values from 0 to 31, where a 1 bit indicates that the corresponding control character should not be used in PPP packets sent to this system. The map is encoded as a hexadecimal number (without a leading 0x) where the least significant bit (00000001) represents character 0 and the most significant bit (80000000) represents character 31. Propppd will ask the peer to send these characters as a 2-byte escape sequence. If multiple asyncmap options are given, the values are ORed together. If no asyncmap option is given, the default is zero, so propppd will ask the peer not to escape any control characters. To escape transmitted characters, use the escape option.
crtscts
Specifies that propppd should set the serial port to use hardware flow control using the RTS and CTS signals in the RS-232 interface. If neither the crtscts, the nocrtscts, the cdtrcts nor the nocdtrcts option is given, the hardware flow control setting for the serial port is left unchanged. Some serial ports (such as Macintosh serial ports) lack a true RTS output. Such serial ports use this mode to implement unidirectional flow control. The serial port will suspend transmission when requested by the modem (via CTS) but will be unable to request the modem to stop sending to the computer. This mode retains the ability to use DTR as a modem control line.
escape xx,yy,...
Specifies that certain characters should be escaped on transmission (regardless of whether the peer requests them to be escaped with its async control character map). The characters to be escaped are specified as a list of hex numbers separated by commas. Note that almost any character can be specified for the escape option, unlike the asyncmap option which only allows control characters to be specified. The characters which may not be escaped are those with hex values 0x20 - 0x3f or 0x5e.
lock
Specifies that propppd should create a UUCP-style lock file for the serial device to ensure exclusive access to the device. By default, propppd will not create a lock file.
modem
Use the modem control lines. This option is the default. With this option, propppd will wait for the CD (Carrier Detect) signal from the modem to be asserted when opening the serial device and it will drop the DTR (Data Terminal Ready) signal briefly when the connection is terminated. and before executing This is the opposite of the local option.
nocrtscts
Disable hardware flow control (i.e. RTS/CTS) on the serial port. If neither the crtscts nor the nocrtscts nor the cdtrcts nor the nocdtrcts option is given, the hardware flow control setting for the serial port is left unchanged.
nocdtrcts
This option is a synonym for nocrtscts. Either of these options will disable both forms of hardware flow control.
nolock
Opposite of the lock option; specifies that propppd should not create a UUCP-style lock file for the serial device.
xonxoff
Use software flow control (i.e. XON/XOFF) to control the flow of data on the serial port.
 

DESTROY

The destroy command destroys a PPP instance. The instance is identified by its name, e.g. "session-42" which must be given as a parameter. When a PPP instance is destroyed, propppd will send LCP Term packets to the peer. The instance is destroyed when the peer acknowledges the LCP messages, or after a timeout.  

SHOW

The show command displays detailed information about a PPP instance. The instance is identified by its name, e.g. "session-42" which must be given as a parameter.  

LIST

The list command is useful to show a summary of all PPP instances or a subset of them. The following parameters may be used to filter the output:
up
list only PPP instances which are up.
down
list only PPP instances which are down.
brief
list only the PPP instance names, one per line. This may be most useful for external scripting.
session-N
list only information for the specified PPP instance, e.g. "session-101".
 

EXAMPLES

# propppctl create /dev/ttyS3 local 10.1.1.254: passive persist maxfail 0 \
        require-pap refuse-chap refuse-eap \
        radius rad-acct rad-acct-interim-interval 600

# propppctl list
Name             Interface          Duration    State User
session-1        ppp0                0:02:21       UP dave
session-2        ppp1                0:02:21       UP bob
session-3        ppp2                0:00:18       UP alfie
session-4        ppp3                0:00:18       UP ali

# propppctl list session-3
session-3        ppp2                0:00:18       UP alfie

# propppctl list up
Name             Interface          Duration    State User
session-1        ppp0                0:02:55       UP dave
session-2        ppp1                0:02:55       UP bob
session-3        ppp2                0:00:52       UP alfie
session-4        ppp3                0:00:52       UP ali

# propppctl list down
Name             Interface          Duration    State User

# propppctl list up brief
4 contexts
session-1
session-2
session-3
session-4

# propppctl list brief down
0 contexts
 
# propppctl status
ProPPP v0.1
  support: support@prol2tp.com
License:
  product: proppp
  licensed to: Katalix Systems Ltd
PPP:
  ppp instance count: 4
  create requests: 4, failures: 0
  destroy requests: 0, failures: 0
RADIUS:
  access requests: 0, accepts: 0, rejects: 0, challenges: 0
  accounting starts: 0, stops: 0, updates: 0, responses: 0
  disconnect requests: 0, responses: 0
  retransmits: 0, timeouts: 0
  auth requests in progress: 0, accounting requests in progress: 0
Events:
  created: 4, destroyed: 0, up: 4, down: 0
Config:
  config updates: 1, failures: 0
 

 

SEE ALSO

propppd(8), propppwatch(1)

 

COPYRIGHT

propppctl is proprietary software developed and maintained by Katalix Systems Limited, and is part of its ProPPP software.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
CREATE
DESTROY
SHOW
STATUS
LIST
OPTIONS
CREATE
Common Options
Ethernet
L2TP
Serial tty device
DESTROY
SHOW
LIST
EXAMPLES
SEE ALSO
COPYRIGHT

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