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NAME

       axctl - Configure/Kill running AX.25 connections.

SYNOPSIS

       axctl [-v] port dest src window|t1|t2|t3|n2|idle|paclen|kill [parm]

DESCRIPTION

       The  axctl  command  is  designed  to  be a multi-function command that
       allows miscellaneous commands to be issued to the Linux AX.25  protocol
       layer  for  existing  AX.25  connections.  The  connection  is uniquely
       identified via the combination of port, destination callsign and source
       callsign,  with  that  information  the  kernel  is  able to change the
       parameters, or abort the connection.

       Many of the options are similar to those found in axparms  and  perform
       the same function. Only one parameter may be changed on each invocation
       of axctl.

OPTIONS

       -v                  Displays the version number.

       window window       Sets the window size for the AX.25 connection.

       t1 t1-timeout       Sets the initial T1 timeout  value  for  the  AX.25
                           connection, the value is given in seconds.

       t2 t2-timeout       Sets the T2 timeout value for the AX.25 connection,
                           the value is given in seconds.

       t3 t3-timeout       Sets the T3 timeout value for the AX.25  connected,
                           the value is given in seconds.

       n2 n2-count         Sets  the  maximum  number  of  tries for the AX.25
                           connection.

       idle idle-timeout   Sets the value for the idle  timer  for  the  AX.25
                           connection, the value is in minutes.

       paclen paclength    Sets   the   maximum  packet  length  that  may  be
                           transmitted on the AX.25 connection.

       kill                Will abort an existing AX.25 connection.

FILES

       /etc/ax25/axports

SEE ALSO

       call(1), getsockopt(2), setsockopt(2), ax25(4), axparms(8), axports(5).

AUTHORS

       Joerg Reuter DL1BKE <jreuter@poboxes.com>