Provided by: svxreflector_19.09.1-3_amd64 bug


       svxreflector - The SvxLink conference server audio reflector


       svxreflector   [--help]  [--daemon]  [--logfile=log  file]  [--config=configuration  file]
       [--pidfile=pid file] [--runasuser=user name]


       The svxreflector server is used to interconnect multiple SvxLink nodes into  one  network.
       All  audio  sent  to  the  reflector from one node is retransmitted on all other connected
       nodes. Only one talker is allowed at a time so if another node starts sending  audio  when
       another one is already active, the second node will not interrupt the first talker.

       A TCP/IP connection is used for the control messages and the audio is transported via UDP.
       Make sure to open up the configured TCP and  UDP  ports  in  your  firewall  for  incoming
       traffic on the server. By default the port number is set to 5300 for both TCP and UDP. The
       clients do not have to open any ports in their firewall. Each node must have a unique user
       ID,  typically  the  callsign.  It is not allowed for a client, using the same user ID, to
       connect more than one time to the server. The connections are password protected.

       On the SvxLink node side, a ReflectorLogic should be used to connect to  the  SvxReflector
       server. The connection to the SvxReflector from other logics in that node can be activated
       and deactivated using standard logic linking. Read more about how to set up a SvxLink node
       for use with the SvxReflector in the svxlink.conf(5) manual page.


       --help Print a help message and exit.

              Start the SvxReflector server as a daemon.

              Start  SvxReflector  as  the specified user. The switch to the new user will happen
              after the log and pid files has been opened.

       --logfile=log file
              Specify a log file to  put  all  output  into.  Both  stdout  and  stderr  will  be
              redirected to the log file.

       --pidfile=pid file
              Specify a pid file to write the process ID into.

       --config=configuration file
              Specify which configuration file to use.


              The system wide configuration file. See svxreflector.conf(5) for further details.

              Per user configuration file. See svxreflector.conf(5) for further details.

              Additional   configuration   files.   This   directory  is  setup  by  the  CFG_DIR
              configuration variable.


       HOME   Used to find the per user configuration file.


       Tobias Blomberg (SM0SVX) <sm0svx at users dot sourceforge dot net>


       SvxLink Devel <svxlink-devel at lists dot sourceforge dot net>


       svxreflector.conf(5), svxlink(1), svxlink.conf(5),