kac_manage

 

NAME

kac_manage - Katalix Access Concentrator Management Utility  

SYNOPSIS

kac_manage <command> [options]  

ROUTE MANAGEMENT

kac_manage route <delete> -r <route-id>  

ACCESS CONTROL MANAGEMENT

kac_manage access <allow|deny> <add|delete> -r <route-name> -s <source-type> [options]
kac_manage access dump [-r <route-name>]  

DESCRIPTION

kac_manage is a utility used to manage the operation of kacd. It can be used to delete existing routes, and to manage access control lists.  

OPTIONS

-h
Prints a brief help message.
-r <route-id>
When given as an option to the delete command, specifies the ID of the route instance to delete.
-r <route-name>
When given as an option to the access command, specifies the name of a route. Access control lists are associated with the route definition, not a specific instance of a route.
-s <source-type>
The type of the route source. Currently the only source which supports access control lists is PPPoE, so if you omit this option PPPoE will be assumed.
-m <address>
For PPPoE access control lists, this option specifies the ethernet MAC address of the client to add or remove from an access control list, in the format xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx (where each 'xx' is 2 hexadecimal digits).
 

EXAMPLES

Delete an existing route with ID 23412
kac_manage delete -r 23412
Dump the access control list associated with the route named 'private'
kac_manage access dump -r private
Add a new entry to the deny list associated with the route named 'public':
kac_manage access deny add -r 'public' -m 12:34:56:78:9A:BC
Delete an existing entry from the allow list associated with the route named 'private':
kac_manage access allow delete -r 'private' -m 23:45:67:89:AB:CD
Dump all access control lists
kac_manage access dump

 

REPORTING BUGS

Please report bugs to <kacd-bugs@katalix.com>.  

SEE ALSO


kacd(8), kacd.conf(5), kac_info(8), kac_trace(8),


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
ROUTE MANAGEMENT
ACCESS CONTROL MANAGEMENT
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
EXAMPLES
REPORTING BUGS
SEE ALSO

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