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ATMDUMP(8)		     Maintenance Commands		    ATMDUMP(8)

NAME
       atmdump - capture or generate ATM cells

SYNOPSIS
       atmdump [-i] [ -t type [-g gfc] [-c] ] [itf.]vpi.vci

DESCRIPTION
       atmdump captures or generates single ATM cells ("AAL0"). When capturing
       cells, a time stamp, the cell header contents, and a hex	 dump  of  the
       cell  payload  are  shown.  When	 sending  cells, the payload type, the
       generic flow control (GFC), and the cell loss  priority	(CLP)  can  be
       set.

       In  both modes of operation, the interface number, the VPI, and the VCI
       have to be specified.

       When sending, atmdump expects the cell payload on standard  input.   If
       only less than 48 bytes can be read, the remaining space is padded with
       zero bytes.

OPTIONS
       -i     displays timestamps as the interval since the last  cell	recepÔÇÉ
	      tion.  By	 default, the absolute time is displayed. This options
	      is ignored in transmit mode.

       -t type
	      selects transmit mode and specifies the payload type. A list  of
	      valid  payload  type numbers can be obtained by invoking atmdump
	      without any arguments.

       -g gfc specifies the value of the GFC field. gfc has to be in the range
	      from 0 to 15, default is zero.

       -c     sets  the	 cell  loss priority flag, indicating low priority. By
	      default, CLP is not set.

RESTRICTIONS
       Some device drivers may not pass OAM cells transparently.

AUTHOR
       Werner Almesberger, EPFL ICA <Werner.Almesberger@epfl.ch>

SEE ALSO
       atmdiag(8), clip(8), sonetdiag(8)

Linux				April 26, 2000			    ATMDUMP(8)
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