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IPPOOL(8)							     IPPOOL(8)

NAME
       ippool -	user interface to the IPFilter pools

SYNOPSIS
       ippool  -a  [-dnv]  [-m	<name>]	 [-o  <role>]  [-t <type>] [-T ttl] -i
       <ipaddr>[/<netmask>]
       ippool -A [-dnv]	[-m <name>] [-o	<role>]	[-S <seed>] [-t	<type>]
       ippool -f <file>	[-dnuv]
       ippool -F [-dv] [-o <role>] [-t <type>]
       ippool -l [-dv] [-m <name>] [-t <type>]
       ippool -r [-dnv]	[-m <name>] [-o	<role>]	[-t <type>] -i <ipaddr>[/<net-
       mask>]
       ippool -R [-dnv]	[-m <name>] [-o	<role>]	[-t <type>]
       ippool -s [-dtv]	[-M <core>] [-N	<namelist>]

DESCRIPTION
       Ippool  is  used	to manage information stored in	the IP pools subsystem
       of IPFilter.  Configuration file	information may	be parsed  and	loaded
       into  the kernel, currently configured pools removed or changed as well
       as inspected.

       The command line	options	used are broken	into two sections: the	global
       options and the instance	specific options.

GLOBAL OPTIONS
       -d     Toggle debugging of processing the configuration file.

       -n     This  flag  (no-change) prevents ippool from actually making any
	      ioctl calls or doing anything which would	 alter	the  currently
	      running kernel.

       -v     Turn verbose mode	on.

COMMAND	OPTIONS
       -a     Add a new	data node to an	existing pool in the kernel.

       -A     Add a new	(empty)	pool to	the kernel.

       -f <file>
	      Read in IP pool configuration information	from the file and load
	      it into the kernel.

       -F     Flush loaded pools from the kernel.

       -l     Display a	list of	pools currently	loaded into the	kernel.

       -r     Remove an	existing data node from	a pool in the kernel.

       -R     Remove an	existing pool from within the kernel.

       -s     Display IP pool statistical information.

OPTIONS
       -i <ipaddr>[/<netmask>]
	      Sets the IP address for the operation being undertaken  with  an
	      all-one's	 mask  or,  optionally,	 a  specific  netmask given in
	      either the dotted-quad notation or a single integer.

       -m <name>
	      Sets the pool name for the current operation.

       -M <core>
	      Specify an alternative path to /dev/kmem to retrieve statistical
	      information from.

       -N <namelist>
	      Specify  an  alternative	path to	lookup symbol name information
	      from when	retrieving statistical information.

       -o <role>
	      Sets the role with which this pool is  to	 be  used.   Currently
	      only  ipf,  auth	and  count  are	 accepted as arguments to this
	      option.

       -S <seed>
	      Sets the hashing seed to the number  specified.	Only  for  use
	      with hash	type pools.

       -t <type>
	      Sets the type of pool being defined.  Myst be one	of tree, hash,
	      group-map.

       -T <ttl>
	      Sets the expiration of the node  being  added.  The  timeout  is
	      expressed	as a number of seconds.	 tree, hash, group-map.

       -u     When  parsing  a	configuration  file, rather than load new pool
	      data into	the kernel, unload it.

FILES
       /dev/iplookup
       /etc/ippool.conf

SEE ALSO
       ippool(5), ipf(8), ipfstat(8)

								     IPPOOL(8)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | GLOBAL OPTIONS | COMMAND OPTIONS | OPTIONS | FILES | SEE ALSO

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