Provided by: stun_0.96.dfsg-5_i386
stund - STUN protocol (Simple Traversal of UDP through NATs) Server
stund [-v] [-h IP Address] [-a Secondary IP Address ] [-p port ] [-o
port ] [-b ] [-m ]
STUN servers needs two IP addresses and two ports
STUN Servers are used to help clients behind NAT to tunnel incoming
calls through. This server is the counterpart to help the client
identify the NAT and have it open the proper ports for it
-v Verbose output.
-h <IP Address>
Define the Main IP Address.
-a <IP Address>
Define the Second IP Address.
Set the primary port the default port value is 3478
Set the secondary port the default port value is 3479 -b Detach
the process and makes the program run at the background
Sets a starting port for the STERM server
--help Prints useful help
If the IP addresses of your NIC are 10.0.1.150 and 10.0.1.151 the
proper and default use would be:
stund -h 10.0.1.150 -a 10.0.1.151
add -b option to detach the process
stund -h 10.0.1.150 -a 10.0.1.151 -b
This manual page was written by Rene Mayorga <firstname.lastname@example.org>
for the Debian system (but may be used by others). Permission is
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