Commit 67b69672 authored by Juliusz Chroboczek's avatar Juliusz Chroboczek

Update manual page.

parent ebbb3bd3
......@@ -135,12 +135,12 @@ By default, this is determined automatically unless the
.B \-w
command-line flag was specified.
.TP
.BR link-quality " {" true | false | auto }
.BR link\-quality " {" true | false | auto }
This specifies whether link quality estimation should be performed on this
interface. The default is to perform link quality estimation on wireless
interfaces but not on wired interfaces.
.TP
.BR split-horizon " {" true | false | auto }
.BR split\-horizon " {" true | false | auto }
This specifies whether to perform split-horizon processing on this
interface. The default is to never perform split-horizon processing on
wireless interfaces; on wired interfaces, the default depends on the
......@@ -154,13 +154,19 @@ for computing metrics of routes going through this interface depends on
whether link quality estimation is being done. The default is 96 for wired
interfaces, and 256 for wireless ones.
.TP
.BI hello-interval " interval"
.BI hello\-interval " interval"
This defines the interval between hello packets sent on this interface.
The default is specified with the
.B \-h
and
.B \-H
command-line flags.
.TP
.BI update\-interval " interval"
This defines the interval between full routing table dumps sent on this
interface; since Babel uses triggered updates and doesn't count to
infinity, this can be set to a fairly large value unless packet loss is
expected. This defaults to five times the hello interval.
.SS Filtering rules
A filtering rule is defined by a single line with the following format:
.IP
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