proac_manage(8)                 ProL2TP Manual                 proac_manage(8)



NAME
       proac_manage - ProL2TP Access Concentrator Management Utility

SYNOPSIS
       proac_manage <command> [options]

   ROUTE MANAGEMENT
       proac_manage route <delete> -r <route-id>

   ACCESS CONTROL MANAGEMENT
       proac_manage   access  <allow|deny>  <add|delete>  -r  <route-name>  -s
       <source-type> [options]
       proac_manage access dump [-r <route-name>]

DESCRIPTION
       proac_manage is a utility used to manage the operation of  proacd.   It
       can  be  used  to  delete existing routes, and to manage access control
       lists.

OPTIONS
       -h     Prints a brief help message.

       -r <route-id>
              When given as an option to the delete command, specifies the  ID
              of the route instance to delete.

       -r <route-name>
              When  given  as  an  option to the access command, specifies the
              name of a route.  Access control lists are associated  with  the
              route definition, not a specific instance of a route.

       -s <source-type>
              The  type  of  the route source. Currently the only source which
              supports access control lists is PPPoE, so if you omit this  op-
              tion PPPoE will be assumed.

       -m <address>
              For PPPoE access control lists, this option specifies the ether-
              net MAC address of the client to add or remove  from  an  access
              control  list,  in the format xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx (where each 'xx'
              is 2 hexadecimal digits).

EXAMPLES
       Delete an existing route with ID 23412
              proac_manage delete -r 23412

       Dump the access control list associated with the route named 'private'
              proac_manage access dump -r private

       Add a new entry to the deny list associated with the route named  'pub-
       lic':
              proac_manage access deny add -r 'public' -m 12:34:56:78:9A:BC

       Delete  an existing entry from the allow list associated with the route
       named 'private':
              proac_manage   access   allow    delete    -r    'private'    -m
              23:45:67:89:AB:CD

       Dump all access control lists
              proac_manage access dump

SEE ALSO
       proacd(8), proacd.conf(5), proac_info(8), proac_trace(8),



ProL2TP 2.1.0                     August 2020                  proac_manage(8)