avahi-autoipd.action - avahi-autoipd action script




   avahi-autoipd.action is the action script that is called whenever an IP
   address has been acquired by avahi-autoipd or when it  detected  an  IP
   address conflict. The script should add or remove the specified address
   from the specified network interface.


   argv[1] An event string: one of BIND, CONFLICT, UNBIND or STOP. If BIND
   is  passed  an IP address has been successfully acquired and the script
   shall add it to the network interface. If  CONFLICT  is  passed  avahi-
   autopid  detected  a IP address on the local network, the action script
   should remove the configured IP address. If UNBIND  is  passed  the  IP
   address  should  be removed from the interface, too, because a routable
   address has been configured to the interface by some other program.  If
   STOP  is  passed  the  avahi-autoipd  is  being shutdown and the action
   script should remove the IP address. In  short:  on  BIND  the  address
   should be added to the interface, on CONFLICT, UNBIND or STOP it should
   be removed.

   argv[2] The network interface name.

   argv[3] An IP address from the IPv4LL range.


   The Avahi Developers <avahi (at) lists (dot)  freedesktop  (dot)  org>;
   Avahi is available from http://avahi.org/


   avahi-autoipd(8), dhclient-script(8), ip(8), ifconfig(8)


   This man page was written using xml2man(1) by Oliver Kurth.


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