anytun-controld - anycast tunneling control daemon
[ -h|--help ]
[ -D|--nodaemonize ]
[ -u|--username <username> ]
[ -g|--groupname <groupname> ]
[ -C|--chroot <path> ]
[ -P|--write-pid <filename> ]
[ -L|--log <target>:<level>[,<param1>[,<param2>[..]]] ]
[ -U|--debug ]
[ -f|--file <path> ]
[ -X|--control-host < <host>[:port>] | :<port> > ]
anytun-controld configures the multi-connection support for Anytun. It
reads a connection/routing table and outputs it via a tcp socket to all
connected Anytun servers. When the control daemon is restarted with a
new connection/routing table all Anytun servers automatically load the
new configuration. Please make sure to protect that information as it
contains the connection keys.
This option instructs anytun-controld to run in foreground instead
of becoming a daemon which is the default.
-u, --username <username>
run as this user. If no group is specified (-g) the default group
of the user is used. The default is to not drop privileges.
-g, --groupname <groupname>
run as this group. If no username is specified (-u) this gets
ignored. The default is to not drop privileges.
-C, --chroot <path>
Instruct anytun-controld to run in a chroot jail. The default is to
not run in chroot.
-P, --write-pid <filename>
Instruct anytun-controld to write it’s pid to this file. The
default is to not create a pid file.
-L, --log <target>:<level>[,<param1>[,<param2>[..]]]
add log target to logging system. This can be invoked several times
in order to log to different targets at the same time. Every target
hast its own log level which is a number between 0 and 5. Where 0
means disabling log and 5 means debug messages are enabled.
The file target can be used more the once with different levels. If
no target is provided at the command line a single target with the
config syslog:3,anytun-controld,daemon is added.
The following targets are supported:
log to syslog daemon, parameters
log to file, parameters <level>[,<path>]
log to standard output, parameters <level>
log to standard error, parameters <level>
This option instructs Anytun to run in debug mode. It implicits -D
(don’t daemonize) and adds a log target with the configuration
stdout:5 (logging with maximum level). In future releases there
might be additional output when this option is supplied.
-f, --file <path>
The path to the file which holds the sync information.
-X, --control-host <hostname|ip>[:<port>]
fetch the config from this host. The default is not to use a
control host and therefore this is empty. Mind that the port can be
omitted in which case port 2323 is used. If you want to specify an
ipv6 address and a port you have to use [ and ] to separate the
address from the port, eg.: [::1]:1234. If you want to use the
default port [ and ] can be omitted.
Most likely there are some bugs in Anytun. If you find a bug, please
let the developers know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course, patches are
anytun(8), anytun-config(8), anytun-showtables(8)
Othmar Gsenger <email@example.com> Erwin Nindl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Christian Pointner <email@example.com>
Main web site: http://www.anytun.org/
Copyright (C) 2007-2009 Othmar Gsenger, Erwin Nindl and Christian
Pointner. This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the
License, or any later version.