unidecode

UNIDECODE(1)              BSD General Commands Manual             UNIDECODE(1)

NAME
     unidecode — decode and print UNI signalling messages

SYNOPSIS
     unidecode [-dhmp] [file]

DESCRIPTION
     The unidecode tool decodes a UNI signalling message and prints it in a
     human readable form on standard output. It reads the message either from
     standard input (if no input file is specified or the special name - is
     used) or from the given file.  Normally the program uses libunitcl(3) to
     print the message. If the -p flag is specified it uses the print routines
     from ngatm(3).

     unidecode takes the following options:

     -d        Before decoding the message print it in hex to the standard
               output.

     -h        Print a short usage info and exit.

     -m        Increment the ngatm(3) multiline flag. This flag controls how
               the output is formatted. You may specify between 0 and 4 of
               these flags.

     -p        Use the ngatm(3) printing functions instead of libunitcl(3).

SEE ALSO
     uniencode(1), ngatm(3), libunitcl(3)

STANDARDS
     The format of the messages conform to several ITU-T recommendations and
     ATM-Forum standards.

AUTHORS
     Hartmut Brandt <harti@freebsd.org>

BSD                             August 21, 2003                            BSD