rfcomm - RFCOMM configuration utility
rfcomm [ options ] < command > < dev >
rfcomm is used to set up, maintain, and inspect the RFCOMM configura-
tion of the Bluetooth subsystem in the Linux kernel. If no command is
given, or if the option -a is used, rfcomm prints information about the
configured RFCOMM devices.
-h Gives a list of possible commands.
-a Prints information about all configured RFCOMM devices.
-i <hciX> | <bdaddr>
The command is applied to device hciX , which must be the name
or the address of an installed Bluetooth device. If not speci-
fied, the command will be use the first available Bluetooth
Display the information about the specified device.
connect <dev> [bdaddr] [channel]
Connect the RFCOMM device to the remote Bluetooth device on the
specified channel. If no channel is specified, it will use the
channel number 1. If also the Bluetooth address is left out, it
tries to read the data from the config file. This command can be
terminated with the key sequence CTRL-C.
listen <dev> [channel]
Listen on a specified RFCOMM channel for incoming connections.
If no channel is specified, it will use the channel number 1.
This command can be terminated with the key sequence CTRL-C.
bind <dev> [bdaddr] [channel]
This binds the RFCOMM device to a remote Bluetooth device. The
command did not establish a connection to the remote device, it
only creates the binding. The connection will be established
right after an application tries to open the RFCOMM device. If
no channel number is specified, it uses the channel number 1. If
the Bluetooth address is also left out, it tries to read the
data from the config file.
If all is specified for the RFCOMM device, then all devices that
have bind yes set in the config will be bound.
This command releases a defined RFCOMM binding.
If all is specified for the RFCOMM device, then all bindings
will be removed. This command didn’t care about the settings in
the config file.
Written by Marcel Holtmann <email@example.com>.
APRIL 28, 2002 RFCOMM(1)
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