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System Administration Guide: IP Services
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Configuring the Mobility IP Agent

You can use the mipagentconfig command to configure the mobility agent. This command enables you to create or modify any parameter in the /etc/inet/mipagent.conf configuration file. Specifically, you can change any setting. Also, you can add or delete mobility clients, pools, and SPIs. The mipagentconfig command has the following syntax:

# mipagentconfig <command> <parameter> <value>

The following table describes the commands that you can use with mipagentconfig to create or modify parameters in the /etc/inet/mipagent.conf configuration file.

Table 29-9 mipagentconfig Subcommands

Command

Description

add

Used to add advertisement parameters, security parameters, SPIs, and addresses to the configuration file

change

Used to change advertisement parameters, security parameters, SPIs, and addresses in the configuration file

delete

Used to delete advertisement parameters, security parameters, SPIs, and addresses from the configuration file

get

Used to display current values in the configuration file

See the mipagentconfig(1M) man page for a description of command parameters and acceptable values. Modifying the Mobile IP Configuration File provides procedures that use the mipagentconfig command.

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