⚙️Additional Configuration



-h, --remote-host, --rh


Used if you want to bind to another host on the remote machine.

-x, --exit-when-connected


Instead of running the srv in the same process, fork the srv, print the connected local port to stdout, and exit the program.

--[no-]pss, --[no-]per-session-storage


Use ephemeral local storage for each session. It enables you to run multiple local clients concurrently. However: if you wish to run just one client at a time, then you will get a performance boost if you negate this flag.

-k, --key-file, --keyFile


Path to this client's atsign key file.


-h, --rh, --remote-host

This argument is the remote host. It is NOT required, this options defaults to localhost.

npt ... -h 192.168.x.x ...

-x, --exit-when-connected

This argument, forks the srv when connected.

npt ... -x ...

--[no-]pps, --[no-]per-session-storage

This argument defaults to true. It is used for when you want to run only one client at a time.

npt ... --no-pps ...

-k, --keyFile, --key-file

This argument defaults to ~/.atsign/keys, where your keys are stored.

npt ... -k /path/to/atKeys ...

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