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       rsparms - Configure the Rose interface.


       rsparms -nodes add|del address[/mask] port neigh [digis...]

       rsparms -nodes list

       rsparms -call <callsign>|none

       rsparms -version


       This program is used to manipulate the routing tables of the Rose network layer. To set up
       a new route to a Rose node in the routing tables you must use the nodes option. All of the
       parameters are needed to add the node. It is probably best to illustrate with an example:

            rsparms -nodes add 2080192303 144 F1OAT-11

       This creates a new route to a distant node with the address 2080192303 and the packets for
       that node should be sent on AX.25 port 144 to  my  immediate  neighbour  F1OAT-11  without
       going  through any digipeaters. For example to set up the same node but via a digipeater I
       would use:

            rsparms -nodes add 2080192303 144 F1OAT-11 F6PRA-9

       It is also possible to remove a route to a distant node with the same command except  that
       the  “add”  is replaced by a “del”. The other parameters must also be present. If the node
       has no other routes then the node will  be  deleted,  and  the  neighbour  node  that  the
       connections go via may also be deleted if no other node route uses it.

       You may list the configured Rose routes using the following syntax:

            rsparms -nodes list

       This  program may also be used to set up a common AX.25 level 2 callsign that will be used
       for the ROSE node. By default no special level 2 callsign is  set,  but  setting  it  will
       replace  any  existing  level 2 callsign and register another one. Setting the callsign to
       “none” will remove the level 2 callsign. For example:

            rsparms -call VK2KTJ-10

       would set the callsign used by Rose internode traffic to VK2KTJ-10.


       -version  Display the version information.




       call(1), rose(4), axports(5), rsports(5), rsparms(8).


       Jonathan Naylor G4KLX <>