Date: 2010-03-04 14:13:06 +0100 (Thu, 04 Mar 2010)
New Revision: 1580
batctl: include ping -R in manpage
This patch adds documentation for the ping -R option to the batctl manpage.
Signed-off-by: Daniel Seither <post(a)tiwoc.de>
--- trunk/batctl/man/batctl.8 2010-03-04 10:28:10 UTC (rev 1579)
+++ trunk/batctl/man/batctl.8 2010-03-04 13:13:06 UTC (rev 1580)
@@ -126,14 +126,15 @@
Otherwise the parameter is used to enable or disable packet
-.IP "\fBping\fP|\fBp\fP [\fB\-c \fP\fIcount\fP][\fB\-i \fP\fIinterval\fP][\fB\-t \fP\fItime\fP] \fIMAC_address\fP|\fIbat\-host_name\fP"
+.IP "\fBping\fP|\fBp\fP [\fB\-c \fP\fIcount\fP][\fB\-i \fP\fIinterval\fP][\fB\-t \fP\fItime\fP][\fB\-R\fP] \fIMAC_address\fP|\fIbat\-host_name\fP"
Layer 2 ping of a MAC address or bat\-host name. batctl will try to
find the bat\-host name if the given parameter was not a MAC
address. The "\-c" option tells batctl how man pings should be sent
before the program exits. Without the "\-c" option batctl will continue
pinging without end. Use CTRL + C to stop it. With "\-i" and "\-t"
you can set the default interval between pings and the timeout time
-for replies, both in seconds.
+for replies, both in seconds. When run with "\-R", the route taken by
+the ping messages will be recorded.
.IP "\fBtraceroute\fP|\fBtr\fP [\fB\-n\fP] \fIMAC_address\fP|\fIbat\-host_name\fP"
Layer 2 traceroute to a MAC address or bat\-host name. batctl will try