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NAME

       fence_baytech  - I/O Fencing agent for Baytech RPC switches in combination with a Cyclades
       Terminal Server

SYNOPSIS

       fence_baytech [OPTION]...

DESCRIPTION

       This fencing agent is written for the Baytech RPC27-20nc in combination  with  a  Cyclades
       terminal  server.   The  Cyclades TS exports the RPC's serial port via a Telnet interface.
       Other interfaces, such as SSH,  are  possible.   However,  this  script  relies  upon  the
       assumption  that  Telnet  is used.  Future features to this agent would allow the agent to
       work with a multitude of different communication protocols such as Telnet, SSH or Kermit.

       The other assumption that is made is that Outlet names do not  end  in  space.   The  name
       "Foo" and "Foo    " are identical when the RPC prints them with the status command.

       fence_baytech  accepts  options  on  the command line as well as from stdin.  fenced sends
       parameters through stdin when it execs the agent.  fence_baytech can be run by itself with
       command line options which is useful for testing.

       Vendor URL: http://www.baytech.net

OPTIONS

       -a host
              IP address or hostname to connect to.

       -h     Print out a help message describing available options, then exit.

       -l login
              Username name for the switch.

       -n port
              The name of the outlet to act upon.

       -o action
              The action required. This can be on, off, status or reboot (default)

       -p password
              Password for login.

       -S path
              Full path to an executable to generate the password for login.

       -q     Quiet mode: print only error messages.

       -V     Print out a version message, then exit.

STDIN PARAMETERS

       agent = < param >
              This option is used by fence_node(8) and is ignored by fence_baytech.

       host = < hostname | ip >
              IP address or hostname to connect to.

       login = < param >
              Login name.

       action = < param >
              The action required. This can be on, off, status or reboot (default)

       passwd = < param >
              Password for login.

       passwd_script = < param >
              Full path to an executable to generate the password for login.

       outlet = < param >
              The name of the outlet to act upon.

SEE ALSO

       fence(8), fence_node(8)

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