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       avahi-autoipd.action - avahi-autoipd action script




       avahi-autoipd.action  is  the action script that is called whenever an IP address has been
       acquired by avahi-autoipd or when it detected an IP address conflict.  The  script  should
       add or remove the specified address from the specified network interface.


       argv[1]  An  event  string: one of BIND, CONFLICT, UNBIND or STOP. If BIND is passed an IP
       address has been successfully acquired  and  the  script  shall  add  it  to  the  network
       interface. If CONFLICT is passed avahi-autopid detected a IP address on the local network,
       the action script should remove the configured IP address. If  UNBIND  is  passed  the  IP
       address  should  be  removed  from the interface, too, because a routable address has been
       configured to the interface by some other program. If STOP is passed the avahi-autoipd  is
       being  shutdown  and the action script should remove the IP address. In short: on BIND the
       address should be added to the interface,  on  CONFLICT,  UNBIND  or  STOP  it  should  be

       argv[2] The network interface name.

       argv[3] An IP address from the IPv4LL range.


       The  Avahi  Developers  <avahi (at) lists (dot) freedesktop (dot) org>; Avahi is available


       avahi-autoipd(8), dhclient-script(8), ip(8), ifconfig(8)


       This man page was written using xml2man(1) by Oliver Kurth.