peerStats man page

peerStats -- show cjdns peers

Description

Cjdroute talks to a number of immediate peers configured in /etc/cjdroute.conf. These can be discovered dynamically on local networks if "beacon" is enabled. Peers are enabled to connect to cjdroute by adding a login in "authorizedPasswords". Connecting out to peers is configured in "connectTo" in either the IPv4 or IPv6 section.

No admin privilege is needed to run peerStats, but it looks in ~/.cjdnsadmin for the IP and admin port of cjdroute.

Files

~/.cjdnsadmin

See Also

cjdroute(1), sessionStats(1) peerStats(1) -- show cjdns peers =============================================

Description

Cjdroute talks to a number of immediate peers configured in /etc/cjdroute.conf. These can be discovered dynamically on local networks if "beacon" is enabled. Peers are enabled to connect to cjdroute by adding a login in "authorizedPasswords". Connecting out to peers is configured in "connectTo" in either the IPv4 or IPv6 section.

No admin privilege is needed to run peerStats, but it looks in ~/.cjdnsadmin for the IP and admin port of cjdroute.

Files

~/.cjdnsadmin

See Also

cjdroute(1), sessionStats(1)

Referenced By

sessionStats(1).

October 2016