The atmsetup script configures and runs ATM on your system. You can use atmsetup to initially set up your ATM configuration or to change your current ATM configuration.
The atmsetup script configures the driver and signaling on an ATM end system. In addition, you can configure your system to operate in a Classical IP or Local Area Network (LAN) emulation environment. See Asynchronous Transfer Mode for additional information on configuring ATM on your system.
Before running atmsetup, make sure that your system is connected to a switch, the network software is configured and running, ATM is configured into the kernel, and the ATM subsets are installed.
The atmsetup script prompts you for all information that you need to enter in order to configure ATM. The script creates and maintains a directory hierarchy /etc/atm, which contains all the ATM configuration information.
After running atmsetup, you must run the netconfig utility to configure the ATM interfaces with the correct IP address and netmask.
You can configure lis interfaces to support SVCs and elan interfaces only with atmsetup.
The atmsetup script supports boot-time configuration only.
Specifies the command pathname The path name containing ATM commands to execute when the system is booted THe path name containing ATM commands to execute when the system is shut down
Commands: atmarp(8), atmconfig(8), atmelan(8), atmsig(8).
Asynchronous Transfer Mode delim off