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Remove buf, and add Ethereal analysis.
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0fa31a96 1# tripe configuration file
2#
3# this is sourced as a Bourne shell script by tripe-init
4
5# The directory you want tripe to work in. This is where it will search for
6# keyrings, and where its admin socket and logfile are kept.
7# TRIPEDIR=/var/lib/tripe
8
9# The address you want tripe to bind to. By default, tripe will accept
10# packets to any address acceptable to the host, and send packets from the
11# most appropriate address for the destination; setting this means it will
12# (a) only accept packets destined for the named address, and (b) send
13# packets from the named address. The latter is probably more useful.
14# addr=MYHOST
15
16# The UDP port you want tripe to use. I've chosen 22003 which isn't reserved
17# in any way. I chose it because it's the first two bytes of the RIPEMD-160
18# hash of the string `TrIPE'. If you don't set a port, tripe gets the kernel
19# to choose a port it's not using right now, and you have to dig it out by
20# saying `tripectl port'.
21# port=22003
22
23# The user to run as once tripe has initialized. The user (or group -- see
24# `group' below) must be able to open new tunnel interfaces.
25# user=tripe
26
27# The group to run as once tripe has initialized. See caveats for `user'
28# above.
29# group=tripe
30
31# Trace options to pass to tripe. The default is no tracing. The setting
32# `A-cp' gives maxmimum possible verbosity without leaking important
33# secrets.
34# trace=A-cp
35
36# Any other options to pass on to tripectl.
37# miscopts=
38
39# Logfile to write to. The default is `tripe.log' in the working directory.
40# logfile=tripe.log