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nrattach - Start a NET/ROM interface
nrattach [-i inetaddr] [-m mtu] [-v] port
Nrattach takes many of the parameters for the port from the nrports(5)
file. The paclen parameter is used for the device mtu unless overridden
by a value on the command line. The port argument is the name of a port
as given in the nrports(5) file.
Nrattach tries to find the first free NET/ROM device in the system. The
devices checked are nr0, nr1, nr2 and nr3 in that order. If no free
NET/ROM device is available an error is generated and the program
-i inetaddr Set the internet address of the interface. This address
may either be a dotted decimal address or a host name.
-m mtu Sets the mtu of the interface. If this value is not
given then the value is taken from the paclen parameter
-v Display the version.
netrom(4), nrparms(4), nrports(5), ifconfig(8).
The program can be run many times with the same arguments creating many
instances of the same attributes on different devices. Not a good idea.
Jonathan Naylor G4KLX <firstname.lastname@example.org>