gnunet-ats - display information about transport resource allocation

GNUNET-ATS(1) General Commands Manual GNUNET-ATS(1)


gnunet-ats — display information about transport resource allocation


gnunet-ats [−a −-all] [−C PEERID −-connect=PEERID] [−c FILENAME −-config=FILENAME] [−h −-help] [−i PEERID −-id=PEERID] [−k VALUE −-value=VALUE] [−L LOGLEVEL −-loglevel=LOGLEVEL] [−m −-monitor] [−n −-numeric] [−p PREFERENCE −-preference=PREFERENCE] [−q −-quotas] [−t TYPE −-type=TYPE] [−u −-used] [−V −-verbose] [−v −-version]


gnunet-ats can be used to display information about the GNUnet’s transport selection mechanism. It shows information about the addresses and the assigned input and output bandwidth.

| −-all

List all addresses currently known to ats.

−C PEERID | −-connect=PEERID

Ask ATS to suggest an address for PEERID to transport to establish a connection. Note that you can use the gnunet-transport(1) commandline tool to force disconnects.


Use the configuration file FILENAME.

−h | −-help

Print short help on options.


Print information for a specific peer identity only.

−k VALUE | −-value=VALUE

Value to set for when changing preference values.


Use LOGLEVEL for logging. Valid values are DEBUG, INFO, WARNING and ERROR.

−m | −-monitor

Monitor changes to the bandwidth assignments continuously.

−n | −-numeric

Do not resolve IP addresses to hostnames.


Set preference values, -i, -k and -t required.

−q | −-quotas

Print quotas for all network types

−t TYPE | −-type=TYPE

Preference type to change: latency | bandwidth

−u | −-used

Print addresses actively used only

−V | −-verbose

Print verbose output (include ATS address properties)

v | -version

Print GNUnet version number.



The full documentation for gnunet is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info(1) and gnunet programs are properly installed at your site, the command

info gnunet

should give you access to the complete handbook,

info gnunet-c-tutorial

will give you access to a tutorial for developers.

Depending on your installation, this information is also available in gnunet(7) and gnunet-c-tutorial(7).


Report bugs by using or by sending electronic mail to ⟨[email protected]⟩. GNU October 16, 2015 GNUNET-ATS(1)

Updated 2024-01-29 - |