ISDNMONITOR(8) System Manager's Manual ISDNMONITOR(8)
isdnmonitor -- isdn4bsd / isdnd remote monitoring tool
isdnmonitor [-c] [-d debuglevel] [-f filename] [-h hostspec]
[-l pathname] [-p portspec]
isdnmonitor is used to remotely monitor the operation of the ISDN demon,
isdnd(8), which manages all ISDN related connection and disconnection of
ISDN devices supported by the isdn4bsd package.
The options are as follows:
-c Switch to (curses-) fullscreen mode of operation. In this mode,
isdnmonitor behaves nearly exactly as isdnd(8) in fullscreen
mode. In fullscreen mode, entering the control character
Control-L causes the display to be refreshed and entering
Carriage-Return or Enter will pop-up a command window. Because
isdnmonitor will not listen to messages while the command window
is active, this command window will disappear automatically after
5 seconds without any command key press.
While the command window is active, Tab or Space advances to the
next menu item. To execute a command, press Return or Enter for
the highlighted menu item, or enter the number corresponding to
the item to be executed or enter the capitalized character in the
menu item description.
-d If debugging support is compiled into isdnmonitor this option is
used to specify the debugging level.
In addition, this option accepts also the character 'n' as an
argument to disable displaying debug messages on the full-screen
-f Specifying this option causes isdnmonitor to write its normal
output and - if enabled - debugging output to a file which name
is specified as the argument.
-l is used to specify a Unix local domain socket name to be used for
communication between isdnd(8) and isdnmonitor
-h is used to specify a hostname or a dotted-quad IP address of a
machine where an isdnd(8) is running which should be monitored.
-p This option may be used to specify a remote port number in
conjunction with the -h option.
The following environment variables affect the execution of isdnmonitor:
TERM The terminal type when running in full-screen display mode. See
environ(7) for more information.
For a first try, the following command should be used to start
isdnmonitor to monitor a locally running isdnd:
isdnmonitor -h localhost
Exit status is 0 on success, 1 on error.
The isdnmonitor utility was written by Martin Husemann and
Hellmuth Michaelis. This manual page was written by
Hellmuth Michaelis <hmATkts.org>.
NetBSD 6.1.5 September 25, 1999 NetBSD 6.1.5