Displays or configures AppleTalk network interfaces . Any user may display settings, but only the superuser may change them. appletalk allows you to start and stop AppleTalk on a single port (network interface), or configure AppleTalk routing or multihoming on multiple ports.
Show current AppleTalk interface, network number, node ID, and zone name.
Show AppleTalk information stored in parameter RAM (PRAM).
Show AppleTalk statistics.
Set the computer name as seen on the network. Unprintable characters can be specified with hex characters between asterisks.
Change the default AppleTalk zone to
zone, or if
zone isn't specified, display the current zone.
Use with -u to start AppleTalk in quiet mode; doesn't prompt for zone selection.
Start AppleTalk on the network interface
port (en0, for example).
Verify the AppleTalk configuration file, /etc/appletalk.cfg, without starting AppleTalk. Use with -r or -x.
Same as -c, but also display the AppleTalk configuration.
file instead of the default /etc/appletalk.cfg to start AppleTalk. Use with -r or -x.
Display AppleTalk router status.
Limit routing speed to a maximum
n packets per second.
Use with -r or -x to start AppleTalk in quiet mode; doesn't prompt for zone selection.
Start AppleTalk in routing mode.
Show the AppleTalk routing table.
Set the ...