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Provided by: tcpquota_1.6.15-12_all



        addtcpquota - Allowe or disallowe users to use tcp quota


        addtcpquota [options] [user]
        addtcpquota {?, -h, --help}
        addtcpquota {l, -l, --lst}
        addtcpquota {all, -A, --all} <USER>
        addtcpquota {add, -a, --add} <USER>
        addtcpquota {rem, -r, --rem} <USER>


        Manipulate  the  database  used  by  ’tcpquotad’  to check if a user is
        allowed to use the TCP link created by PPPd or the like...


        ?, -h, --help
               Print a usage message on standard output and exit  successfully.
        all, -A, --all
               Check  if  a user is ALLowed to use the TCP link, outputs ’1’ if
               allowed, and ’0’ if not.
        add, -a, --add
               ADD a user the allowed database.
        rem, -r, --rem
               REMove a user from the allowed database.
        lst, -l, --lst
               LiST the allowed database.


        Turbo Fredriksson, <turbo@tripnet.se>
        Martin Budsjoe, <marbud@tripnet.se>


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