Trampoline can be used in a service file (see listen(8)) to link
an incoming call to another address that provides the service,
typically on another machine. |
Trampoline dials addr and copies data between that connection
and its own standard input and output.
The options are:
–9 The connection carries only 9P messages. In this case trampoline
will relay whole messages at a time.
Dial altaddr and relay between the two network connections, ignoring
standard input and output.|
Restrict forwarding to particular machines. Netdir must be the
incoming call directory. Trampoline finds the caller's MAC address
m and checks that ndb(6) contains an entry with ether=m and the
attribute trampok. If no such entry is found, the call is rejected.|
Terminates the connection after timeout milliseconds of inactivity.|