~kt/udprelay

c861f84f45046d4529d1f65041fb09af086e2be5 — Katie Wolfe 11 months ago 504ff54
Replace all references to udprelay(5) with udprelay(7)

Never underestimate my ability to consistently forget what the man
sections are
1 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

M udprelay.1.scd
M udprelay.1.scd => udprelay.1.scd +3 -3
@@ 12,16 12,16 @@ udprelay \- server to relay UDP connections to connected peers.

udprelay accepts UDP connections on _port_ and relays all incoming data to every peer which it has received data from within a certain timeframe defined by the *-timeout* option. When it hasn't received a packet from a peer in that time, it quietly drops all internal state related to that peer and stops relaying packets to it until it receives a packet from it again.

udprelay also features an optional command protocol that allows for more advanced functionality such as channels. This protocol is documented in *udprelay*(5) and may be enabled by passing the *-protocol* flag.
udprelay also features an optional command protocol that allows for more advanced functionality such as channels. This protocol is documented in *udprelay*(7) and may be enabled by passing the *-protocol* flag.

# OPTIONS

*-protocol*
	Enables the udprelay command protocol. When enabled, packets beginning with the string *udprelay!* will not be relayed and will instead be handled by udprelay in accordance with the protocol defined in *udprelay*(5). When unset, all packets will always be relayed.
	Enables the udprelay command protocol. When enabled, packets beginning with the string *udprelay!* will not be relayed and will instead be handled by udprelay in accordance with the protocol defined in *udprelay*(7). When unset, all packets will always be relayed.

*-timeout* _duration_
	Set the amount of time to leave connections open without receiving any packets from a peer. _duration_ is a sequence of decimal numbers with unit suffixes, such as *10m*, *120s*, and *5m48s*.

# SEE ALSO

*udprelay*(5)
*udprelay*(7)