Provided by: dnet-progs_2.32_i386
dnroute - DECnet Routing Daemon
dnroute is a daemon that manages the DECnet routing tables to provide a
simple routing policy.
dnetd reads polls the DECnet neighbour table and copies those entries
into the internal routing tables, thus providing a simple (I can see
that node, therefore I can route to it) routing system. For many sites
this will be simple enough. it is still possible to add routes using
the ip(8) command.
-d Don’t fork and run the background. Use this for debugging.
-v Verbose. The more of these there are the more verbose droute
-h -? Displays help for using the command.
-r Send DECnet routing messages showing the routes set by the
-l Listen to incoming routing messages and add routes based on that
information (not currently implemted)
-V Show the version of dnroute.