gogoc man page
gogoc — gogoCLIENT
|gogoc||[-f config_file] [-i interface_name] [-u interface_name] [-s interface_name] [-r retry_delay]|
gogoc provides a means to configure a tunnel obtained from a tunnel server that supports the tunnel setup protocol (TSP). gogoc will connect to a tunnel server and request a tunnel according to the specifications given in the configuration file. As a background process, it will then monitor the state of the tunnel. In the event of a timeout, gogoc will establish a new tunnel.
gogoc currently supports three types of tunnels:
- - v6v4 (IPv6 over IPv4)
Supported on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Linux, Windows, Solaris, Darwin and OpenWRT.
- - v6udpv4 (IPv6 over UDP over IPv4)
Supported on FreeBSD, Linux, Windows, Darwin and OpenWRT.
- - v4v6 (IPv4 over IPv6 (DSTM))
Supported on FreeBSD and Windows.
The following options are available:
- -h, -?
Displays a short usage summary and quits.
Automatically accept server's public key.
Run as a foreground process.
Stop trying to reconnect upon first error received.
- -f configuration_file
Specifies a different configuration file.
Default is /etc/gogoc/gogoc.conf.
- -s interface_name
Overrides client_v4 in gogoc.conf(5)
- -i interface_name
Overrides if_tunnel_v6v4 in gogoc.conf(5)
- -u interface_name
Overrides if_tunnel_v6udpv4 in gogoc.conf(5)
- -r retry_delay
Overrides retry_delay in gogoc.conf(5)
This software uses code taken from other organizations as :
- RSA data security for md5.
- The Apache Software Foundation for Base64 encoding and decoding.