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NAME

     tspc - tunnel setup protocol client

SYNOPSIS

     tspc [-h] [-?]
     tspc [-v] [-f config_file] [-i interface_name] [-u interface_name]
          [-s interface_name] [-r retry delay]

DESCRIPTION

     tspc provides a mean to configure a tunnel obtained from a tunnel server
     which is compliant to the tunnel setup protocol (TSP).  tspc will connect
     to a tunnel server and request a tunnel according to the specifications
     inside the configuration file.  As a background process, it will then
     monitor the state of the tunnel.  In the event of a timeout, tspc will
     reestablish a new tunnel.

     tspc currently supports two types of tunnels:

     - v6v4 (IPv6 over IPv4)
        Supported on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Linux, Windows, Solaris,
        Darwin.

     - v6udpv4 (IPv6 over UDP over IPv4)
        Supported on FreeBSD, Linux and Windows.

ARGUMENTS

     The following options are available:

     -h      Display a short usage summary and quit.

     -v      Verbose level is set according to the number of v’s on the
             command line.
             -v, -vv, -vvv are valid.

     -f configuration_file
             Specifies a different configuration file.
             Default is /installdir/bin/tspc.conf.

     -s interface_name
             Overrides client_v4 in tspc.conf(5)

     -i interface_name
             Overrides if_tunnel_v6v4 in tspc.conf(5)

     -u interface_name
             Overrides if_tunnel_v6udpv4 in tspc.conf(5)

DIAGNOSTICS

     If verbose mode is on, messages will be sent to tspc.log and syslog.

SEE ALSO

     tspc.conf(5)
     http://www.hexago.com

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

     This software uses code taken from other organisations as :

     - RSA data security for md5.

     - The Apache Software Foundation for Base64 encoding and decoding.

     - OpenVPN by James Yohan

AUTHORS

     Hexago Inc.
     http://www.hexago.com
     mailto://support@hexago.com