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Update mktplinkfw to handle more boards
author Aleksandr Rybalko <ray@ddteam.net>
date Fri, 08 Jan 2016 23:53:34 +0200
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# This is an example configuration file for ser2net.  It has the following
# format:
#  <TCP port>:<state>:<timeout>:<device>:<options>
#     TCP port
#            Name   or  number of the TCP/IP port to accept con­
#            nections from for this device.  A port number may
#            be of the form [host,]port, such as 127.0.0.1,2000
#            or localhost,2000.  If this is specified, it will
#            only bind to the IP address specified. Otherwise
#	     it will bind to all the ports on the machine.
#
#     state  Either raw or rawlp or telnet or off.  off disables
#            the  port  from  accepting  connections.  It can be
#            turned on later from the control port.  raw enables
#            the port and  transfers  all data as-is between the
#            port  and  the long.  rawlp  enables  the port  and
#            transfers  all input data to device, device is open
#            without  any  termios  setting.  It  allow  to  use
#            /dev/lpX  devices  and  printers connected to them.
#            telnet enables the port and runs the telnet  proto-
#            col  on the port to set up telnet parameters.  This
#            is most useful for using telnet.
#
#     device The  name  of  the  device   to  connect  to.  This
#            must be in the form of /dev/<device>.
#
#     options
#            Sets  operational  parameters  for the serial port.
#            Options 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400,
#            57600, 115200 set the various baud rates.  EVEN,
#            ODD, NONE set the parity.  1STOPBIT, 2STOPBITS set
#            the number of stop bits.  7DATABITS, 8DATABITS set
#            the number of data bits.  [-]XONXOFF turns on (-
#            off) XON/XOFF support.  [-]RTSCTS turns on (- off)
#            hardware flow control, [-]LOCAL turns off (- on)
#            monitoring of the modem lines, and
#            [-]HANGUP_WHEN_DONE turns on (- off) lowering the
#            modem control lines when the connextion is done. 
#	     NOBREAK disables automatic setting of the break
#	     setting of the serial port.
#            The "remctl" option allow remote control (ala RFC
#            2217) of serial-port configuration.  A banner name
#            may also be specified, that banner will be printed
#            for the line.  If no banner is given, then no
#            banner is printed.
#
# or...

#  BANNER:<banner name>:banner
#    This will create a banner, if the banner name is given in the
#    options of a line, that banner will be printed.  This takes the
#    standard "C" \x characters (\r is carraige return, \n is newline,
#    etc.).  It also accepts \d, which prints the device name, \p,
#    which prints the TCP port number, and \s which prints the serial
#    parameters (eg 9600N81).  Banners can span lines if the last
#    character on a line is '\'.  Note that you *must* use \r\n to
#    start a new line.
#
# Note that the same device can be listed multiple times under different
# ports, this allows the same serial port to have both telnet and raw
# protocols.

BANNER:banner1:Welcome to ser2net TCP port \p device \d\r\n\
second line \
third line\r\n

BANNER:banner2:this is ser2net TCP port \p device \d\r\n\
second line \
third line\r\n

BANNER:banner3:this is ser2net TCP port \p device \d  serial parms \s\r\n

2001:raw:600:/dev/cuad0:9600 NONE 1STOPBIT 8DATABITS XONXOFF LOCAL -RTSCTS
#2002:raw:600:/dev/cuad1:9600 NONE 1STOPBIT 8DATABITS XONXOFF LOCAL -RTSCTS
2003:raw:5:/dev/cuad2:9600
2004:raw:5:/dev/cuad3:115200
2005:raw:5:/dev/cuad4:9600
2006:raw:5:/dev/cuad5:9600
2007:raw:5:/dev/cuad6:9600
3001:telnet:0:/dev/cuad0:19200 remctl banner1
3011:telnet:3:/dev/cuad0:19200 banner2
#3002:telnet:0:/dev/cuad1:9600
3003:telnet:0:/dev/cuad2:9600 banner3
3004:telnet:0:/dev/cuad3:115200
3005:telnet:0:/dev/cuad4:9600
3006:telnet:0:/dev/cuad5:9600
3007:telnet:0:/dev/cuad6:9600
5001:rawlp:10:/dev/lp0