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NAME

       dnroute - DECnet Routing Daemon

SYNOPSIS

       dnroute [options]
       Options:
       [-dvVhr]

DESCRIPTION

       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.

OPTIONS

       -d     Don’t fork and run the background. Use this for debugging.

       -v     Verbose. The more of these there are  the  more  verbose  droute
              will be.

       -h -?  Displays help for using the command.

       -r     Send  DECnet  routing  messages  showing  the  routes set by the
              daemon.

       -l     Listen to incoming routing messages and add routes based on that
              information (not currently implemted)

       -V     Show the version of dnroute.

SEE ALSO

       dnetd.conf(5), ip(8)