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NAME

       tbtadm - Thunderbolt(tm) management tool

SYNOPSIS

       tbtadm

       tbtadm devices

       tbtadm peers

       tbtadm topology

       tbtadm approve [--once] <route-string>

       tbtadm approve-all [--once]

       tbtadm acl

       tbtadm add <route-string>

       tbtadm remove <uuid | route-string>

       tbtadm remove-all

DESCRIPTION

       tbtadm  provides  convenient  way  to interact with Thunderbolt kernel module, approve the
       connection of Thunderbolt devices, handle the ACL for auto-connecting  devices  and  more.
       Running it with no argument, it prints all the available commands.

OPTIONS

       devices
              Print  a  list  of all the currently connected Thunderbolt devices in the following
              format:
              Route-string    Vendor    Device name    Authorized?    In ACL?

       peers  Print a list of all the currently connected hosts in the following format:
              Route-string    Vendor    Device name

       topology
              Print all the currently connected Thunderbolt devices in a tree, starting with  the
              controller itself, resembling the device connection topology.

       approve [--once] <route-string>
              If  the  selected  Thunderbolt  device  isn't authorized, approve it and (if --once
              wasn't specified) add it to ACL.

       approve-all [--once]
              Approve all currently connected Thunderbolt devices that aren't authorized yet  and
              (if --once wasn't specified) add them to ACL.

       acl    Print the ACL content in the following format:
              UUID    Vendor    Device name    Currently connected?

       add <route-string>
              Add  a  device  to  ACL.  The  argument  selects  the  device  to  be  added by its
              route-string. Doesn't work in SL2 (secure; key-based) as addition to  ACL  must  be
              done  together  with  the device authorization (with approve or approve-all without
              --once flag).

       remove <uuid | route-string>
              Remove ACL entry. The argument selects the device to be removed by its UUID or  (if
              it's currently connected) by route-string.

       remove-all
              Clear the ACL, removing all the entries.