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Get and possibly set the system date and time from a remote HOST.
rdate [-sp] HOST Options: -s Set the system date and time (default) -p Print the date and time
The following example shows how to get the system date and time from a remote host.
# rdate -p ntp.on.net Sun Jul 13 26:16:08 2015
The following example shows how to set the system date and time from a remote host.
# rdate -s ntp.on.net Sun Jul 13 26:17:26 2015[_/su_spoiler]
Broadcom BCM5325E/536x switch configuration utility.
robocfg ... Operations are as below: show switch <enable|disable> port [state <enabled|rx_disabled|tx_disabled|disabled>] [stp none|disable|block|listen|learn|forward] [tag ] [media auto|10HD|10FD|100HD|100FD] [mdi-x auto|on|off] vlan [ports ] vlans <enable|disable|reset> ports_list should be one argument, space separated, quoted if needed, port number could be followed by 't' to leave packet vlan tagged (CPU port default) or by 'u' to untag packet (other ports default) before bringing it to the port, '*' is ignored
rpcapd [-b <address>] [-p <port>] [-6] [-l <host_list>] [-a <host,port>] [-n] [-v] [-d] [-s <file>] [-f <file>] -b <address>: the address to bind to (either numeric or literal). Default: it binds to all local IPv4 addresses -p <port>: the port to bind to. Default: it binds to port 2002 -4: use only IPv4 (default both IPv4 and IPv6 waiting sockets are used) -l <host_list>: a file that keeps the list of the hosts which are allowed to connect to this server (if more than one, list them one per line). We suggest to use literal names (instead of numeric ones) in order to avoid problems with different address families -n: permit NULL authentication (usually used with '-l') -a <host,port>: run in active mode when connecting to 'host' on port 'port' In case 'port' is omitted, the default port (2003) is used -v: run in active mode only (default: if '-a' is specified, it accepts passive connections as well -d: run in daemon mode (UNIX only) or as a service (Win32 only) Warning (Win32): this switch is provided automatically when the service is started from the control panel -s <file>: save the current configuration to file -f <file>: load the current configuration from file; all the switches specified from the command line are ignored -h: print this help screen
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