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       bayonne - GNU Telephony telephony server.


       bayonne [options]


       Bayonne  is a script controllable telephony application server that can
       also interconnect calls between network endpoints  and  pstn  services.
       Virtually  all  options  are controlled by the config file.  When users
       start bayonne in foreground mode, the  ~/.bayonnerc  may  be  used  for
       overrides, particulary for timeslot settings which may otherwise be too
       large for convenient testing.

       -start starts the server in daemon mode.   This  is  also  the  default

       -check checks  scripts  and  current  configuration.   Does not execute

       -dump  dumps the current configuration so that it can be examined.

       -down  request to shutdown a running instance of bayonne.

              request to reload the server and configuration files.

       -debug starts in foreground mode with full debugging enabled (not gdb).

       -v[vv] start in foreground mode with various levels of verbose logging.

              print the version of bayonne.

       AUTHOR Written by David Sugar.


       Report bugs to <>.


       Copyright © 2005 David Sugar, Tycho Softworks
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO  warranty;  not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR