atmstop - stops an ATM adapter gracefully
atmstop_net - stops an interface of an ATM adapter gracefully
/usr/sbin/atmstop_net [-r] network_interface
atmstop stops an ATM adapter gracefully. The ATM/9000 interface
adapter enters an inactive state. All the network interfaces will
also be stopped. All SVCs and PVCs will be closed. All connections
running across the network are aborted.
Use atminit(1M) or SAM to restart the ATM adapter. This will
automatically restart the network interfaces configured with the
"START AT INIT" parameter with all their configurations of PVCs or
You must be superuser to use the atmstop command.
atmstop_net stops a network interface of an ATM adapter gracefully.
All SVCs and PVCs relative to that network interface will be closed.
All connections running across the network are aborted.
Use atminit_net(1M) or SAM to restart the network interface. This will
automatically reestablish the PVCs which were closed by atmstop_net.
The SVCs Traffic Descriptors are also automatically re-configured.
You must be superuser to use the atmstop_net command.
card_inst_num The card instance number of the ATM adapter. No
default. This is the logical unit number of the ATM
adapter (run the command ioscan -f to get it).
network_interface The network interface name of the ATM network
interface. The network interface name can change
according to the current release level of the HP-UX
operating system. There is no default. The netstat
-i command can be used to display the name of each
interface that is associated with an ATM adapter
The -r option of the atmstop_net command allows to delete all the
configuration relative to that interface.
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atmstop was developed by HP.
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