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 i4target(1M)							i4target(1M)
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 NAME
      i4target - returns the local LicensePower/iFOR target id

 SYNOPSIS
      i4target

      i4target [-c] [-C] [-h] [-H] [-o] [-O] [-q] [-Q] [-v] [-V]

 DESCRIPTION
      i4target is used to find the target ID that can be used by
      LicensePower/iFOR for locking licenses to a particular system.

      To create LicensePower/iFOR licenses for an application, an
      application supplier will need the target ID of the machine where the
      LicensePower/iFOR licenses will be installed.  The target ID tool
      (i4target) should be run on the machine where you want to identify a
      LicensePower/iFOR target ID.  For server-based licensing, this will be
      the machine that is executing the license server (i4lmd) where you
      plan to install this application supplier's licenses.  For nodelocked
      licensing, this will be the system where the application will be
      executing.

      The algorithm that is used to identify a LicensePower/iFOR target ID
      may vary depending on operating system platform.

      For example: On an HP-UX machine licenses managed by the i4lmd
      (concurrent and use once licenses), the LicensePower/iFOR target ID is
      derived from the link level address of the LAN card accessed by the
      device file /dev/i4target on the machine that is running the i4lmd.
      If /dev/i4target does not exist and the super-user is executing
      i4target, i4target will create /dev/i4target.  On an HP 9000 Series
      700 or 800, the device file will be for the lan0 LAN card.  This is
      the same method used by the i4lmd for determining the
      LicensePower/iFOR ID of the machine on which it is executing.

      On HP-UX, for LicensePower/iFOR nodelocked licenses, the
      LicensePower/iFOR ID is derived from:

	   +  The LAN card accessed by /dev/i4target, or

	   +  The built in SPU ID number, or

	   +  An HIL ID Module.

      A printable on-line administration guide is also available. (See the
      FILES section below.)

    Options
      -c -C	     Change the permanent target ID value.





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      -h -H	     Help. Display a list of options.

      -o -O	     Display operating system name.

      -q -Q	     Display target ID in quiet mode (without headers).

      -v -V	     Display a verbose list of the LicensePower/iFOR target
		     IDs from each possible source. The list consist of the
		     link level address of the installed LAN cards. A
		     super-user can then use the address to change to an
		     alternate LAN card. This lets you change the IO slot
		     where a LAN card is installed without losing the use of
		     LicensePower/iFOR licenses locked to that LAN card.

 RETURN VALUE
      i4target always returns 0.

 DIAGNOSTICS
      Messages displayed during execution are self-explanatory.

 EXAMPLES
      To find the current local LicensePower/iFOR target ID(s):

	   i4target

      Examples for each of the options are shown below:

      i4target -c or i4target -C

	   Current Permanent Target ID: 3e53d0

	   1. Target ID value: 3e53d0
		   LAN card at logical unit 0

	   There is only one choice for the new Permanent Target ID.
	   Enter '1' to select it; enter any other character to abort: 1

	   New Permanent Target ID: 3e53d0

	   NOTE: i4lmd must be restarted for the new
		 Permanent Target ID to take effect.

      i4target -h or i4target -H

	   Usage:
	     i4target  [options]
		   options are:
			   -[vV] : verbose mode; detailed output
			   -[qQ] : quiet mode; no headers in output
			   -[cC] : change Permanent Target ID;
			   -[hH] : displays this message



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			   -[oO] : displays os name

      i4target -o or i4target -O

	   HP-UX

      i4target -q or i4target -Q

	   3e53d0

      i4target -v or i4target -V

	   Permanent Target ID: 3e53d0

	   SPU Target ID: 70328251

	   The Permanent Target ID is derived from a permanent hardware source
	   on the system from which the i4target program is executed.
	   This target ID may be used for all license types.

	   The SPU ID is derived from a hardware identification number on the
	   SPU.	 It is used as the Permanent Target ID when no higher-priority
	   sources for Permanent Target ID (i.e., LAN cards) are present.

 WARNINGS
    LSSERV Software Obsolescence
      HP intends to remove LicensePower/iFOR from the core HP-UX product in
      a future release.	 The licensing product can be obtained directly from
      Isogon Corporation, the owner of the product.

      For further information about LSSERV support, see the Isogon
      Corporation website at http://www.isogon.com.

      Competitive information is also available at these websites:

	   FLEX/lm via http://www.globetrotter.com

	   SentinelLM via http://www.rainbow.com

 FILES
      /opt/ifor/ls/bin/i4target

      /opt/ifor/ls/doc/i4admin.pdf	       LicensePower/iFOR
					       Administrator's Guide (PDF
					       format)

 AUTHOR
      i4target was developed by HP and Gradient Technologies, Inc.  It is
      currently a product owned by Isogon Corporation.





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 SEE ALSO
      i4admin(1M), i4lmd(1M), i4start(1M), i4stop(1M), i4tv(1M).

      LicensePower/iFOR Administrator's Guide available in /opt/ifor/ls/doc/
      in PDF format.

      Isogon Corporation information on LicensePower/iFOR at:
      http://www.isogon.com/products/ptlpoweri/ptlpoweri.htm.

      Complete HP-UX documentation at http://docs.hp.com.












































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