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atm - user configuration and display command for HARP ATM interface

 

NAME

        atm - user configuration and display command for HARP ATM interface
 

SYNOPSIS

        Interface management subcommands:
             atm attach <interface> <sigmgr>
             atm detach <interface>
             atm set MAC <interface> <MAC/ESI address>
             atm set netif <interface> <prefix> <count>
             atm set prefix <interface> <NSAP prefix>
             atm show config [<interface>]
             atm show interface [<interface>]
             atm show netif [<netif>]
             atm  show  stats  interface [<interface> [phy | dev | atm | aal0 |
                  aal4 | aal5 | driver]]
 
        VCC management subcommands:
             atm add PVC <interface> <vpi> <vci> <aal> <encaps> <owner> ...
             atm delete PVC <interface> <vpi> <vci>
             atm delete SVC <interface> <vpi> <vci>
             atm show stats VCC [<interface> [<vpi> [<vci>]]]
             atm show VCC [<interface> [<vpi> [<vci>] | SVC | PVC]]
 
        IP management subcommands:
             atm add ARP [<netif>] <host> <ATM address>
             atm add PVC <interface> <vpi>  <vci>  <aal>  <encaps>  IP  <netif>
                  <host> | dynamic
             atm delete ARP [<netif>] <host>
             atm  set arpserver <netif> <ATM address> | local [<IP prefix> ...]
             atm show ARP [<host>]
             atm show arpserver [<netif>]
             atm show IPVCC [<host> | <netif>]
 
        Miscellaneous subcommands:
             atm help
             atm show version
 

DESCRIPTION

        atm configures and displays the status of the Host ATM  Research  Plat‐
        form  (HARP)  networking  software.   The subcommands fall into several
        categories:
 
        Interface management subcommands allow manipulation of the  ATM  inter‐
        face.   Functions  include  assigning a signalling manager to an inter‐
        face, setting the ATM address, associating network interfaces  with  an
        interface, and displaying information about interfaces.
 
        VCC  management subcommands allow for managing ATM virtual channel con‐
        nections (VCCs).  Functions include opening and closing VCCs  and  dis‐
        playing information about them.
 
        IP  management  subcommands allow for managing the interface between IP
        and the ATM software.  Functions include  displaying  and  manipulating
        the  ATMARP  cache,  opening a PVC connected to IP, assigning an ATMARP
        server to a network interface,  and  displaying  information  about  IP
        VCCs.
 
        Miscellaneous  subcommands  allow for displaying the version of the ATM
        software and for getting help with the atm command.
 
    Signalling Managers
        The signalling manager is responsible for the opening  and  closing  of
        VCCs.  Four signalling managers are supported:
 
             PVC - for PVCs only,
             SPANS - supports SPANS, FORE’s proprietary signalling protocol,
             UNI  3.0  -  supports the signalling protocol from The ATM Forum’s
                  ATM User-Network Interface Specification, Version 3.0.
             UNI 3.1 - supports the signalling protocol from  The  ATM  Forum’s
                  ATM User-Network Interface Specification, Version 3.1.
 
        All  four  signalling  managers support the opening and closing of PVCs
        (see the add and delete subcommands).
 
        A signalling manager must be attached to a physical interface (see  the
        attach subcommand) before any VCCs can be created on the interface.
 
    Physical and Network Interfaces
        Two  types of interfaces are supported: physical interfaces and network
        interfaces.  A  physical  interface  represents  a  physical  point  of
        attachment  to an ATM network.  A physical interface has an ATM address
        associated with it, except when  the  PVC-only  signalling  manager  is
        being used.
 
        A network interface is a logical interface.  One or more network inter‐
        faces are associated with a physical interface;  each network interface
        has  an  IP address associated with it.  For UNI-controlled interfaces,
        there can be up to 256 network interfaces associated  with  a  physical
        interface.  In this case, the correspondence between the network inter‐
        face and the ATM address is determined by the selector field (the  last
        byte)  of  the  physical  interface’s ATM address.  For PVC-only inter‐
        faces, there can be up to 256 logical interfaces associated  with  each
        physical  interface.  For interfaces controlled by the SPANS signalling
        manager, there must be one and only one  network  interface  associated
        with each physical interface.
 
    Keyword and Documentation Conventions
        Command  and  subcommand  keywords  can be abbreviated by simply giving
        enough of the first part of the keyword to make it unique.   Thus,  atm
        sh v gives the same result as atm show vcc.
 
        All keywords are case-insensitive.
 
        Where a host address needs to be given to the atm command, either a DNS
        name or an IP address in dotted decimal format can be used.
 
        ATM addresses are specified as strings of hex digits, with an  optional
        leading  "0x".   Fields within the address may be separated by periods,
        but periods are for readability only and are ignored.  SPANS  addresses
        are  8  bytes long, while NSAP-format addresses are 20 bytes long.  The
        full address, including any leading zeroes, must be given.   For  exam‐
        ple:
             0x47.0005.80.ffe100.0000.f21a.0170.0020481a0170.00 (NSAP format)
             0x00000010.f2050aa9 (SPANS format)
 

SUBCOMMANDS

    Interface Management Subcommands:
        atm add PVC <interface> <vpi> <vci> <aal> <encaps> <owner> ...
 
        the  format  of the add PVC subcommand varies depending on the owner of
        the PVC.  See the description under "IP Management Subcommands."
 
        atm attach <interface> <sigmgr>
 
        where:
             <interface> specifies the physical interface  to  which  the  sig‐
                  nalling manager is to be attached,
             <sigmgr>  specifies  which  signalling  manager is to be attached.
                  Valid choices are "SIGPVC", "SPANS", "UNI30", and "UNI31".
 
        This command attaches a signalling manager to an interface.  Until this
        is  done, VCCs cannot be opened or closed.  Only one signalling manager
        at a time can be attached to an interface.
 
        atm detach <interface>
 
        where:
             <interface> specifies the physical interface whose signalling man‐
                  ager is to be detached.
 
        This command detaches a signalling manager from an interface.  All VCCs
        that the signalling manager has created will be closed, and no new VCCs
        can be created until a signalling manager (either the same or a differ‐
        ent one) is attached again.
 
        atm set MAC <interface> <MAC/ESI address>
 
        where:
             <interface> specifies the physical interface whose MAC address  is
                  to be set,
             <MAC/ESI  address>  specifies  the  6-byte  MAC  part  of the NSAP
                  address for the interface.  The MAC address is specified as a
                  string  of  12  hexadecimal  digits  with an optional leading
                  "0x".  Fields in the address may be separated by periods.
 
        This command sets the MAC address for a UNI-controlled interface.   The
        first  13 bytes (the prefix) of the 20-byte NSAP-format address are set
        by the atm set prefix command or the ILMI daemon (ilmid (8)), the  next
        6  bytes (the End System Identifier (ESI)) are set by this command, and
        the last byte (the selector) will be determined by which network inter‐
        face is to be associated with the address.
 
        The  atm set MAC command can be used to override the MAC address in the
        interface hardware.
 
        atm set netif <interface> <prefix> <count>
 
        where:
             <interface> specifies the  physical  interface  that  the  network
                  interface(s) are to be associated with,
             <prefix>  specifies  the  invariant  part of the network interface
                  name,
             <count> specifies the number of network interface to be created.
 
        This command creates one or more network interfaces and associates them
        with the specified physical interface.  The network interface names are
        determined by the prefix and the count.  The names will be of the  form
        <prefix><nn>, where <prefix> is the prefix specified in the set subcom‐
        mand and <nn> is a number in the range 0 - <count>-1.  For example, the
        command:
 
             atm set netif hfa0 ni 2
 
        would  create  two network interfaces, named ni0 and ni1, and associate
        them with physical interface hfa0.
 
        atm set prefix <interface> <NSAP prefix>
 
        where:
             <interface> specifies the physical interface whose NSAP prefix  is
                  to be set,
             <NSAP prefix> specifies the first 13 bytes of the NSAP address for
                  the interface.  The prefix is specified as a string  of  hex‐
                  adecimal digits with an optional leading "0x".  Fields in the
                  prefix may be separated by periods.
 
        This command sets the address  for  a  UNI-controlled  interface.   The
        first  13 bytes (the prefix) of the 20-byte NSAP-format address are set
        by this command, the next 6 bytes (the  End  System  Identifier  (ESI))
        will be the MAC address taken from the physical interface or set by the
        set MAC subcommand, and the last byte (the selector) will be determined
        by which network interface is to be associated with the address.
 
        The  NSAP  prefix  must  be  set  before a UNI-controlled interface can
        become active.  This can be accomplished  either  by  the  ILMI  daemon
        (ilmid (8)) or the set prefix subcommand.
 
        atm show config [<interface>]
 
        displays the following information:
 
        Interface - the name of the physical interface.
 
        Vendor - the name of the adapter vendor.
 
        Model - the model of the adapter.
 
        Media - the communications medium used by the adapter.
 
        Bus - the type of bus the adapter is attached to.
 
        Serial No.  - the adapter’s serial number.
 
        MAC  address - the MAC address of the interface.  Note that this is the
        MAC address encoded in the hardware of the adapter, even if the atm set
        MAC  command  has  been used to change the effective MAC address of the
        interface.
 
        Hardware version - the hardware revision level reported by  the  inter‐
        face.
 
        Firmware  version  - the firmware revision level reported by the inter‐
        face.
 
        If no parameters are specified on the show config subcommand, the  con‐
        figurations of all physical interfaces will be displayed.  If an inter‐
        face name is specified, only the configuration of the  given  interface
        is displayed.
 
        atm show interface [<interface>]
 
        displays the following information:
 
        Interface - the name of the physical interface.
 
        Sigmgr  - the name of the signalling manager which has been attached to
        the interface.  A dash (-) is shown if no signalling manager  has  been
        attached.
 
        State  -  the  state of the signalling manager for the interface.  Each
        signalling manager has its own set of states.  They are:
             PVC:
                  ACTIVE --- The signalling manager is active.
                  DETACH --- The signalling manager is being detached.
             SPANS:
                  ACTIVE --- The signalling manager is active.
                  DETACH --- The signalling manager is being detached.
                  INIT ----- The signalling manager’s initial state.
                  PROBE ---- The signalling manager is attempting to make  con‐
                             tact with the ATM switch.
             UNI 3.0 or UNI 3.1:
                  NULL ----- The signalling manager’s initial state.
                  ADR_WAIT - The  signalling  manager  is  waiting for the NSAP
                             prefix to be set.
                  INIT ----- The signalling manager is attempting to  establish
                             contact with the switch.
                  ACTIVE --- The signalling manager is active.
                  DETACH --- The signalling manager is being detached.
 
        ATM address - the ATM address of the interface.
 
        Network  interfaces  - the names of network interfaces, if any, associ‐
        ated with the physical interface.
 
        If no parameters are specified on the show interface subcommand, infor‐
        mation  about  all physical interfaces will be displayed.  If an inter‐
        face name is specified, only information about the given  interface  is
        displayed.
 
        atm show netif [<netif>]
 
        displays the following information:
 
        Net Intf - the name of the network interface.
 
        IP Address - the IP address of the network interface.
 
        If  no  parameters are specified on the show netif subcommand, informa‐
        tion about all network interfaces will be displayed.  If  an  interface
        name  is  specified, only information about the given network interface
        is displayed.
 
        atm show stats interface [<interface> [phy | dev | atm | aal0 | aal4  |
        aal5 | driver]]
 
        displays  statistics  associated with one or more interfaces.  Subject-
        area keywords (phy, dev, atm, aal0, aal4, aal5, or driver) can be spec‐
        ified to change the scope of the statistics displayed.
 
        If  no  subject area keyword is specified, the following information is
        displayed:
 
        Interface - the name of the physical ATM interface.
 
        Input PDUs - the number of Protocol Data Units (PDUs) which  have  been
        received by the interface.
 
        Input  Bytes  -  the  number  of  bytes which have been received by the
        interface.
 
        Input Errs - the number of input errors which the interface has experi‐
        enced.
 
        Output  PDUs - the number of Protocol Data Units (PDUs) which have been
        transmitted by the interface.
 
        Output Bytes - the number of bytes which have been transmitted  by  the
        interface.
 
        Output Errs - the number of output errors which the interface has expe‐
        rienced.
 
        Cmd Errs - the number of command errors which the interface has experi‐
        enced.
 
        If  a  subject-area keyword is specified, then statistics for that sub‐
        ject are displayed.  The statistics displayed depend  on  the  adapter.
        If requested statistics are not available for an adaptor, an error will
        be noted.
 
        If no parameters are specified on the show stats interface  subcommand,
        statistics  for all ATM interfaces are displayed.  If an interface name
        is specified, only statistics for the given interface are displayed.
 
    VCC Management Subcommands:
        atm delete PVC <interface> <vpi> <vci>
        atm delete SVC <interface> <vpi> <vci>
 
        where:
             PVC specifies that the VCC to be closed is a PVC,
             SVC specifies that the VCC to be closed is an SVC,
             <interface> specifies the physical interface at which the  VCC  to
                  be closed terminates,
             <vpi> specifies the Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) of the VCC,
             <vci> specifies the Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) of the VCC.
 
        This command closes a VCC.  The two forms differ only in that the first
        specifies that the VCC is a PVC (that was created by the add  PVC  sub‐
        command)  and  the  second  specifies that the VCC is an SVC.  Reserved
        VCCs (with VCI values less than 32) cannot be closed with this command.
 
        atm show stats VCC [<interface> [<vpi> [<vci>]]]
 
        displays the following information:
 
        Interface - the physical interface on which the VCC terminates.
 
        VPI - the Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) for the VCC.
 
        VCI - the Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) for the VCC.
 
        Input  PDUs  - the number of Protocol Data Units (PDUs) which have been
        received on the VCC.
 
        Input Bytes - the number of bytes which have been received on the  VCC.
 
        Input  Errs - the number of input errors which the VCC has experienced.
 
        Output PDUs - the number of Protocol Data Units (PDUs) which have  been
        transmitted on the VCC.
 
        Output  Bytes  - the number of bytes which have been transmitted on the
        VCC.
 
        Output Errs - the number of output errors which  the  VCC  has  experi‐
        enced.
 
        If  no  parameters are specified on the show VCC subcommand, all active
        VCCs are displayed.  If an interface name is specified, all active VCCs
        for  the  given  interface  are displayed.  If an interface and VPI are
        specified, all active VCCs for the VPI on the given interface are  dis‐
        played.   If  an interface, VPI, and VCI are specified, only the speci‐
        fied VCC on the given interface is  displayed  (note  that  this  could
        actually be two VCCs, since SPANS considers SVCs to be unidirectional).
 
        atm show VCC [<interface> [<vpi> [<vci>] | SVC | PVC]]
 
        displays the following information:
 
        Interface - the physical interface on which the VCC terminates.
 
        VPI - the Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) for the VCC.
 
        VCI - the Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) for the VCC.
 
        AAL - the ATM Adaptation Layer (AAL) in use on the VCC.  Possible  val‐
        ues are null and AAL 1-5.
 
        Type - specifies whether the VCC is an SVC or a PVC.
 
        Dir  -  the  direction  of  information  flow  on the VCC.  VCCs can be
        inbound, outbound, or both.
 
        State - the state of the VCC, as reported by  the  signalling  manager.
        Each signalling manager has its own set of states.  They are:
             PVC:
                  NULL ----- No state.
                  ACTIVE --- The VCC is active.
                  FREE ----- The  VCC  is  closed and the signalling manager is
                             waiting for its resources to be freed.
             SPANS:
                  NULL ----- No state.
                  ACTIVE --- The VCC is a PVC and is active.
                  ACT_DOWN - The VCC is a PVC and the interface is down.
                  POPEN ---- The VCC is being opened.
                  R_POPEN -- The VCC is being opened by a remote host.
                  OPEN ----- The VCC is active.
                  CLOSE ---- The VCC is being closed.
                  ABORT ---- The VCC is being aborted.
                  FREE ----- The VCC is closed and the  signalling  manager  is
                             waiting for its resources to be freed.
             UNI 3.0 or UNI 3.1:
                  NULL ----- No state.
                  C_INIT --- A VCC is being initiated.
                  C_OUT_PR - An outgoing VCC request is proceeding.
                  C_PRES --- A VCC is being initiated by the network.
                  CONN_REQ - A VCC request has been accepted by a HARP user.
                  C_IN_PR -- An incoming VCC request is proceeding.
                  ACTIVE --- The VCC is active.
                  REL_REQ -- The VCC is being closed.
                  REL_IND -- The network is clearing a VCC.
                  SSCF_REC - The  SSCF  session on the signalling channel is in
                             recovery from an error.
                  FREE ----- The VCC is closed and the  signalling  manager  is
                             waiting for its resources to be freed.
                  ACT_DOWN - The VCC is a PVC and the interface is down.
 
        Encaps  -  the encapsulation in effect on the VCC.  Possible encapsula‐
        tions are null and LLC/SNAP.
 
        Owner - the owner or owners of the VCC.  Shows the name(s) of the func‐
        tion(s) using the VCC.
 
        Destination - the ATM address of the host at the remote end of the VCC.
 
        If no parameters are specified on the show VCC subcommand,  all  active
        VCCs are displayed.  If an interface name is specified, all active VCCs
        for the given interface are displayed.  If an  interface  and  VPI  are
        specified,  all active VCCs for the VPI on the given interface are dis‐
        played.  If an interface, VPI, and VCI are specified, only  the  speci‐
        fied  VCC  on  the  given  interface is displayed (note that this could
        actually be two VCCs, since SPANS considers SVCs to be unidirectional).
 
    IP Management Subcommands:
        atm add ARP [<netif>] <host> <ATM address>
 
        where:
             <netif>  is  the optional name of the network interface the ATMARP
                  entry is to be associated with.  If no name is  specified,  a
                  network  interface  is  chosen depending on the IP address of
                  the host being added.
             <host> is the host name or IP address of the host to be  added  to
                  the ATMARP table,
             <ATM address> is the ATM address of the host.
 
        This  command  adds  an  entry  to the ATMARP table for ATM.  The given
        host’s IP address is associated with the given ATM  address.   When  IP
        needs  to  transmit data to the host, the specified ATM address will be
        used to open an SVC.
 
        The entry will be marked as permanent in the ATMARP table and will  not
        be subject to aging.
 
        atm  add PVC <interface> <vpi> <vci> <aal> <encaps> IP <netif> <host> |
             dynamic
 
        where:
             <interface> specifies the physical interface where the PVC  is  to
                  terminate,
             <vpi> specifies the Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) of the PVC,
             <vci> specifies the Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) of the PVC,
             <aal> specifies the ATM Adaptation Layer (AAL) for the PVC.  Valid
                  choices are "null" or "AAL0" for the null AAL; "AAL1" for AAL
                  1; "AAL2" for AAL 2; "AAL3", "AAL4", or "AAL3/4" for AAL 3/4;
                  and "AAL5" for AAL 5,
             <encaps> specifies the encapsulation for the PVC.   Valid  choices
                  are  "null" or "none" for null encapsulation, and "LLC/SNAP",
                  "LLC", or "SNAP" for LLC/SNAP encapsulation,
             IP specifies that the owner of the PVC is IP.
             <netif> specifies the network interface which the  PVC  is  to  be
                  associated  with.   The  network  interface must exist and be
                  associated with the specified physical interface,
             <host> | dynamic gives the address of the host at the far  end  of
                  the PVC, or the word "dynamic" if its address is to be deter‐
                  mined with Inverse ARP.  If "dynamic" is specified,  LLC/SNAP
                  encapsulation must also be specified.
 
        This  command  creates a PVC with the specified attributes and attaches
        it to IP.
 
        atm delete ARP [<netif>] <host>
 
        where:
             <netif> is the optional name of the network interface  the  ATMARP
                  entry is associated with.  If no name is specified, the spec‐
                  ified host is deleted from the cache regardless of what  net‐
                  work interface it is associated with.
             <host>  is  the  host name or IP address of the host to be deleted
                  from the ATMARP table.
 
        This command deletes the specified host’s entry from the ATMARP  table.
 
        atm set arpserver <netif> <ATM address> | local [<IP prefix> ...]
 
        where:
             <netif>  specifies  the  network  interface  for  which the ATMARP
                  server address is to be set.
             <ATM address> specifies the ATM address of the host  which  is  to
                  provide  ATMARP  service.  If "local" is specified instead of
                  an ATM address, the host on which the command is issued  will
                  become the ATMARP server.
             <IP prefix> ... is an optional list of IP prefixes that the ATMARP
                  server will provide information about.  An IP prefix is spec‐
                  ified  as  a  dotted decimal IP address, followed by a slash,
                  followed a number specifying how many bits of the IP  address
                  are  significant.  For example, 10.0.0.0/8 indicates that the
                  ATMARP server will provide services for all addresses  on  IP
                  network  10.   The  IP subnetwork which the network interface
                  belongs to is automatically included.
 
        This command sets the address of the ATMARP server for a network inter‐
        face.
 
        atm show ARP [<host>]
 
        displays the following information:
 
        Net  Intf - the network interface which traffic for the entry will use.
 
        Flags - flags showing whether the entry is valid and whether it is per‐
        manent.   -  flags  giving  further information about the ATMARP entry.
        The meanings of the characters in the flags are:
 
             P - the entry is permanent
             R - the entry has been refreshed
             V - the entry is valid
 
        Age - the number of minutes for which the entry will remain valid.
 
        Origin - the source of the ATMARP entry.  Possible values are:
             LOCAL ---- The entry is for an interface on the host.
             PERM ----- The entry is permanent.  This is used for entries  that
                        are created with the add ARP command.
             REG ------ The entry was created as the result of a host register‐
                        ing with the ATMARP server.
             SCSP ----- The entry was learned via SCSP.
             LOOKUP --- The entry was created as the result of a host  perform‐
                        ing an ATMARP lookup.
             PEER_RSP - The entry was created as the result of a host answering
                        an InARP Request.
             PEER_REQ - The entry was created as the result of a  host  sending
                        an InARP Request.
 
        ATM address - the ATM address of the host the entry refers to.
 
        IP address - the IP address or domain name of the host the entry refers
        to.
 
        If no parameters are specified on the show ARP  subcommand,  the  whole
        ATMARP table will be displayed.  If a host name or IP address is speci‐
        fied, only information about the given host is displayed.
 
        This command dislays both information that has been learned dynamically
        (through  one  form  or another of ATMARP and via SCSP) and information
        which has been configured by the user (through the add ARP subcommand).
 
        atm show arpserver [<netif>]
 
        displays the following information:
 
        Net  Intf  -  the network interface for which information is being dis‐
        played.
 
        State - the state of the connection to  the  ATMARP  server.   Possible
        values are:
             NOT_CONF - No ATMARP server has been configured for the interface.
             SERVER --- The host is the ATMARP server.
             PEND_ADR - No ATM address has been set for the interface.
             POPEN ---- The host is attempting to open  a  VCC  to  the  ATMARP
                        server.
             REGISTER - The  host has a VCC open to the ATMARP server and is in
                        the process of registering with the server.
             ACTIVE --- The ATMARP server connection is active.
 
        ATM Address - the ATM address of the ATMARP server.
 
        If no parameters are specified on the show  arpserver  subcommand,  the
        ATMARP  servers  for  all  network interfaces will be displayed.  If an
        interface name is specified, only information about the  given  network
        interface is displayed.
 
        atm show IPVCC [<host> | <netif>]
 
        displays the following information:
 
        Net  Intf  -  the name of the network interface at which the VCC termi‐
        nates.
 
        VPI - the Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) for the VCC.
 
        VCI - the Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) for the VCC.
 
        State - the state of the VCC.  Possible values are:
             PMAP ---- The host has an IP packet to send and is waiting for  an
                       ATMARP mapping.
             POPEN --- The VCC is being opened.
             PACCEPT - A VCC from a remote host is being accepted.
             ACTPENT - A  PVC  is  open, but no ATMARP information is available
                       for it yet.
             ACTIVE -- The VCC is active.
 
        Flags - flags giving further information about the VCC.   The  meanings
        of the characters in the flags are:
 
             S - the VCC is an SVC
             P - the VCC is a PVC
             L - the VCC uses LLC/SNAP encapsulation
             M - the IP-to-ATM address mapping for the VCC is valid
             N - there is no idle timeout for the VCC
 
        IP  Address  - the name and IP address of the host at the remote end of
        the VCC.
 
        If no parameters are specified on the show IPVCC subcommand, all active
        VCCs are displayed.  If a host name is specified, the active VCC(s) for
        the given host are displayed.  If a network interface  name  is  speci‐
        fied,  the active VCC(s) for the given network interface are displayed.
 
    Miscellaneous Subcommands:
        atm help
 
        displays a synopsis of the atm command with its subcommands  and  their
        parameters.
 
        atm show version displays the version of the running HARP software.
        ilmid (8); scspd (8); atmarpd (8).
 

BUGS

        Care  must  be taken to avoid confusing physical interfaces and network
        interfaces.
 
        Please report any bugs to harp-bugs@magic.net.
 

COPYRIGHT

        Copyright (c) 1994-1998, Network Computing Services, Inc.
 

AUTHORS

        John Cavanaugh, Network Computing Services, Inc.
        Mike Spengler, Network Computing Services, Inc.
        Joe Thomas, Network Computing Services, Inc.
 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

        This software was developed with the support of  the  Defense  Advanced
        Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
 

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Based on BSD UNIX
FreeBSD is an advanced operating system for x86 compatible (including Pentium and Athlon), amd64 compatible (including Opteron, Athlon64, and EM64T), UltraSPARC, IA-64, PC-98 and ARM architectures. It is derived from BSD, the version of UNIX developed at the University of California, Berkeley. It is developed and maintained by a large team of individuals. Additional platforms are in various stages of development.
 

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