Provided by: freediameterd_1.2.1-7_amd64
freeDiameterd - daemon for the Diameter protocol
Diameter is a protocol designed to carry Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) payload. It is an evolution of the RADIUS protocol (as the name suggests). This simple daemon parses the command line and initializes the freeDiameter framework. Use it for your Diameter server & agent components. In case of Diameter clients, you probably will prefer linking the libfdcore directly with your client application that must be made Diameter-aware. Diameter is a protocol used in the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) for 4G / LTE networks.
-h,--help Print help and exit -V,--version Print version and exit -c,--config=filename Read configuration from this file instead of the default location (/etc/freeDiameter/freeDiameter.conf). Debug: -l,--dbglocale Set the locale for error messages -d,--debug Increase verbosity of debug messages if default logger is used -q,--quiet Decrease verbosity if default logger is used -f,--dbg_func <func> Enable all traces within the function <func> -F,--dbg_file <file.c> Enable all traces within the file <file.c> (basename match) --dbg_gnutls <int> Enable GNU TLS debug at level <int>
This manual page was written by Ruben Undheim <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project (and may be used by others). 14 October 2018 FREEDIAMETERD(1)