Commit 5fa09ced authored by Pierre DAVID's avatar Pierre DAVID

Correct left column titles on netmagis.org web site.

parent ae43f418
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\*******************************************************************************
\bandeau {
Introduction
Import DNS data
} {
\elementbandeau {Contents} {
\reference {\lien {What's new} {/news.html}}
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\*******************************************************************************
\bandeau {
Introduction
Installation
} {
\elementbandeau {Contents} {
\reference {\lien {What's new} {/news.html}}
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\titre {3} {On the topo server}
The first part is configuration of the \italique {topo} server.
The first part is the configuration of the \italique {topo} server.
\liste {
\item {The first step of installation is to configure the \gras
......@@ -1546,9 +1546,9 @@
directory.
}
\item {The rancid README says to run \teletype
{rancid-run} periocally with \gras {cron}. Do not
do this, since the \italique {topo} package will
call rancid when needed.
{rancid-run} periocally with \teletype {cron}.
\gras {Do not do this}: the \italique {topo}
package will call rancid when needed.
}
}
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should consider installing a Web interface to CVS (CVSWeb)
to ease tracking of your equipement configuration history.
}
\item {To let \italique {topo} knows which equipments are on
each side of a network link, you have to add information in
equipment configurations. This information is a link name
(or number) prefixed with L, bracketed with "<" and ">",
\item {The \italique {topo} package must know which equipments
are on each side of a network link. Therefore, you have to
add information in equipment configurations: a link name (or
number) prefixed with L, bracketed with "<" and ">",
and added to the description of the interface on each side
of the link:
......@@ -1600,6 +1600,11 @@
}
}
You are advised to use the Web application (\gras {Topo}
/ \gras {Link number} menu item) to get and register link
numbers. This way, you keep track of used link numbers,
and link numbers are ensured to be unique.
Ports connected to individual hosts must be marked with a
"<X\>" to indicate a terminal node in the graph.
}
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\lignetableau {
\casetableau {} {FreeBSD}
\casetableau {} {\teletype
{/usr/local/etc/rc.d/topographd.sh}
{/usr/local/etc/rc.d/topographd}
\br
\teletype {/usr/local/etc/rc.d/toposendd.sh}}
\teletype {/usr/local/etc/rc.d/toposendd}}
}
\lignetableau {
\casetableau {} {Linux}
\casetableau {} {copy or link
\casetableau {} {copy or link XXXXXXXXXXX
\teletype {.../etc/rc.d/topographd.sh} and
\teletype {.../etc/rc.d/toposend.sh}
to \teletype {/etc/init.d} directory}
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}
}
\titre {3} {Configuring Topo}
Congratulations! You've configured the \italique {topology} module.
You can now consult your equipments, your network maps, and even
modify interfaces of your equipments if you enabled this feature!
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\*******************************************************************************
\bandeau {
Introduction
Release notes
} {
\elementbandeau {Contents} {
\reference {\lien {What's new} {/news.html}}
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