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Manual Reference Pages  -  MFC (8)

NAME

mfc - writes IPv4/v6 multicast forwarding cache statically

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Syntax
Return Values
History

SYNOPSIS

mfc config

DESCRIPTION

The mfc utility writes the IPv4/v6 multicast forwarding cache according to the given file config.

SYNTAX

Lines beginning with ’#’ is regarded as comment. Each of the other lines in configuration file corresponds to a multicast forwarding cache in the following manner.
(dst) from (src)@(incoming I/F) to (outgoing I/F list) ;

dst IPv4/v6 Multicast destination address. In case of IPv6, it should have wider scope than linklocal.
src IPv4/v6 Source address. In case of IPv6, it should be a global or site-local IPv6 unicast address.
incoming I/F
  Specifies the incoming I/F. You can use "reg0" to specify register I/F.
outgoing I/F list
  Specifies the I/Fs where packets are to be distributed. You can use "reg0" to specify register I/F within this list.

RETURN VALUES

mfc will exit with positive value on errors.

HISTORY

The mfc command first appeared in WIDE/KAME IPv6 protocol stack kit.
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