Provided by: grml-btnet_0.04_all
grml-btnets - program to setup a bluetooth network access point (NAP)
grml-btnets [OPTIONS] <ACTION>
grml-btnets is a program that provides an easy wrapper around all the
programms to create a ready to run network access point for bluetooth
and additionally setup internet forwarding. If no pin is given for the
bluetooth network, a random pin will be choosen.
start Start the network access point
stop Stop the network access point
help Show the help message.
Show summary of options.
-v Show what is going on (more v => more out).
-s [subnet] (default=192.168.10.0/24)
The subnet for the bluetooth clients. There should be at least 8
IPs in this subnet (/28).
-i [interface] (default=eth0)
Enable IP-Forwarding for this interface, so that the
bluetooth-network could, for example, connect to the internet.
The nameservers come from your /etc/resolv.conf, so be aware to
configure this before you run grml-btnets. Grml-btnets does not
touch the ip_forward and iptables config without this option! Do
not use this option if you already have a working internet
gateway on your box. Grml-btnets assumes that the chain policy
of forward is on accept. If this is not the case please let
packages from interface grmlbtnet pass.
The bluetooth pin. If no or an empty pin is given, a random one
will be choosen and printed to stdout.
grml-btnets -p 1234 start
This creates a simple bluetooth access point (NAP) with default
values. The subnet for the bluetooth network is 192.168.10.0/24.
There will be no masquerading.
Stops the NAP created with the command above.
grml-btnets -s 192.168.1.0 -i ppp0 start
This creates a NAP and the bluetooth clients get IPs within
192.168.1.0/24. This also creates masquerading out of ppp0 to
let bluetooth clients onto the internet.
grml-btnets -i ppp0 stop
This command stops the NAP created with the commando above.
grml-btnet(8), grml-btnetc(8), pand(1), hcid(8), hcid.conf(5),
hciconfig(8), hcidump(1), sdpd(8), sdptool(1)
grml-btnets was written by Michael Gebetsroither <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Michael Gebetsroither <email@example.com>.