Axassociate

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This page documents the prehistoric axassociate(8) command. Its functionality was replaced by axparms --assoc in 1995 between AX25.028 and ax25-utils 1.3.30.

NAME

axassociate \- Control the callsign/uid map table

SYNOPSIS

axassociate <callsign> <username>
axassociate <callsign> delete
axassociate policy [default|deny]

DESCRIPTION

Axassociate mainpulates the kernel uid/callsign mapping table, allowing callsigns to be associated and dis-associated with a user. The

policy option permits the superuser to have all other uids either default to the actual port name, or to block traffic.

At power up the table is blank and the policy is 'default', which is thus backward compatible.

SEE ALSO

ax25(4)

BUGS

If you have a user called 'delete' you have a problem.