uniencode

UNIENCODE(1)              BSD General Commands Manual             UNIENCODE(1)

NAME
     uniencode — encode UNI signalling messages

SYNOPSIS
     uniencode [-hmptx] msg [>file]

DESCRIPTION
     The uniencode parses the UNI message given on the command line, encodes
     it and writes the binary message to standard output.  The program uses
     libunitcl(3) to parse the command line arguments.

     uniencode takes the following options:

     -h        Print a short usage message and exit.

     -m        Increment the libngatm(3) multiline flag. One may specify ot 0
               to 4 instances of -m.

     -p        Don't output the encoded message, but decoded and print it with
               the libngatm(3) print functions.

     -t        Don't output the encoded message, but decoded and print it with
               the libunitcl(3) functions.  ∞Don't output the encoded message,
               but print a hex dump.

SEE ALSO
     uniencode(1), libngatm(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