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IRDAATTACH(8)             BSD System Manager's Manual            IRDAATTACH(8)

NAME
     irdaattach -- attach serial lines to IrDA frame driver

SYNOPSIS
     irdaattach [-d dongle] [-fHhlmnp] ttyname

DESCRIPTION
     irdaattach is used to assign a tty line to an IrDA frame level driver.
     The following operands are supported by irdaattach:

     -d dongle     Sets the dongle type.  The following dongles are supported:

                   none      No dongle

                   tekram    Tekram IR-210B

                   jeteye    Extended Systems JetEye

                   actisys   ACTiSYS IR-220L

                   actisys+  ACTiSYS IR-220L+

                   litelink  Parallax LiteLink

                   girbil    Greenwich GIrBIL

                   The default is none.

     -f            Print the name of the IrDA frame device that should be used
                   to access the frames.

     -H            Turn on DTR/CTS flow control.  By default, no flow control
                   is done.

     -h            Turn on RTS/CTS flow control.  By default, no flow control
                   is done.

     -l            Turn on the CLOCAL flag, making it possible to run SLIP on
                   a cable without modem control signals (e.g. DTR, DSR, DCD).

     -m            Maintain modem control signals after closing the line.
                   Specifically, this disables HUPCL.

     -n            Do not detach from invoking tty.

     -p            Print process id to file.

     ttyname       Specifies the name of the tty device.  Ttyname should be a
                   string of the form 'ttyXX', or '/dev/ttyXX'.

     Only the super-user may attach a network interface.

     The frame driver is detached by killing the irdaattach process.

EXAMPLES
           irdaattach tty00
           ircomm -Y -d `irdaattach -p -f /dev/tty02`

DIAGNOSTICS
     Messages indicating that the specified interface does not exist, the
     requested address is unknown, or that the user is not privileged but
     tried to alter an interface's configuration.

SEE ALSO
     daemon(3), irframe(4), irframetty(4), slattach(8)

HISTORY
     The irdaattach command appeared in NetBSD 1.6.

BSD                            December 4, 2001                            BSD