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       atalkd.conf  -  Configuration  file  used by atalkd(8) to determine the
       interfaces used by the master Netatalk daemon


       /etc/netatalk/atalkd.conf is the configuration file used by  atalkd  to
       configure the Appletalk interfaces and their behavior

       Any  line  not  prefixed with # is interpreted. The configuration lines
       are composed like:

       Interface [ options ]

       The simplest case is to have either no atalkd.conf, or to have one that
       has  no  active  lines.  In  this case, atalkd should auto-discover the
       local interfaces on the machine. Please  note  that  you  cannot  split

       The  interface is the network interface that this to work over, such as
       eth0 for Linux, or le0 for Sun.

       The possible options and their meanings are:

       -addr net.node
              Allows specification of  the  net  and  node  numbers  for  this
              interface,  specified  in  Appletalk  numbering format (example:
              -addr 66.6).

              Disables Appletalk routing. It is the opposite of -router.

       -net first[-last]
              Allows the available net to be set, optionally as a range.

       -noallmulti (linux only)
              On linux the interfaces, atalkd uses, are  set  to  ALLMULTI  by
              default  caused  by countless NICs having problems without being
              forced into this mode (some even don’t work with allmulti  set).
              In  case, you’ve a NIC known to support multicasts properly, you
              might want to  set  this  option  causing  less  packets  to  be

       -phase ( 1 | 2 )
              Specifies  the  Appletalk  phase  that  this interface is to use
              (either Phase 1 or Phase 2).

              Like -seed, but allows  single  interface  routing.  It  is  the
              opposite of -dontroute.

       -seed  The  seed  option only works if you have multiple interfaces. It
              also causes all missing arguments to be automagically configured
              from the network.

       -zone zonename
              Specifies  a  specific zone that this interface should appear on
              (example: -zone "Parking Lot").  Please  note  that  zones  with
              spaces  and  other  special  characters  should  be  enclosed in