Start Level 1 Node: SAProuterSAProuterEnd Level 1 Node: SAProuter
   Start Level 1 Node: Uses and Functions of SAProuterUses and Functions of SAProuterEnd Level 1 Node: Uses and Functions of SAProuter
      Start Level 2 Node: NI Network InterfaceNI Network InterfaceEnd Level 2 Node: NI Network Interface
         Start Level 3 Node: SAP ProtocolSAP ProtocolEnd Level 3 Node: SAP Protocol
      Start Level 2 Node: Route ConnectionsRoute ConnectionsEnd Level 2 Node: Route Connections
      Start Level 2 Node: SNC - Secure Network CommunicationSNC - Secure Network CommunicationEnd Level 2 Node: SNC - Secure Network Communication
   Start Level 1 Node: Installing the SAProuterInstalling the SAProuterEnd Level 1 Node: Installing the SAProuter
      Start Level 2 Node: Hardware Requirements for SAProuterHardware Requirements for SAProuterEnd Level 2 Node: Hardware Requirements for SAProuter
      Start Level 2 Node: Installation on UNIXInstallation on UNIXEnd Level 2 Node: Installation on UNIX
      Start Level 2 Node: Installation Under WindowsInstallation Under WindowsEnd Level 2 Node: Installation Under Windows
      Start Level 2 Node: Installing SAProuter on IBM iInstalling SAProuter on IBM iEnd Level 2 Node: Installing SAProuter on IBM i
   Start Level 1 Node: Using and Configuring the SAProuterUsing and Configuring the SAProuterEnd Level 1 Node: Using and Configuring the SAProuter
      Start Level 2 Node: Starting and Stopping SAProuter: Option -r and -sStarting and Stopping SAProuter: Option -r and -sEnd Level 2 Node: Starting and Stopping SAProuter: Option -r and -s
      Start Level 2 Node: Testing Basic FunctionsTesting Basic FunctionsEnd Level 2 Node: Testing Basic Functions
      Start Level 2 Node: Route StringsRoute StringsEnd Level 2 Node: Route Strings
         Start Level 3 Node: Route StringsRoute StringsEnd Level 3 Node: Route Strings
      Start Level 2 Node: Creating a Route Permission TableCreating a Route Permission TableEnd Level 2 Node: Creating a Route Permission Table
         Start Level 3 Node: Route Permission TableRoute Permission TableEnd Level 3 Node: Route Permission Table
         Start Level 3 Node: Example of a Route Permission TableExample of a Route Permission TableEnd Level 3 Node: Example of a Route Permission Table
         Start Level 3 Node: Example of a Route Permission Table with SNCExample of a Route Permission Table with SNCEnd Level 3 Node: Example of a Route Permission Table with SNC
      Start Level 2 Node: Evaluating the Log File of SAProuterEvaluating the Log File of SAProuterEnd Level 2 Node: Evaluating the Log File of SAProuter
   Start Level 1 Node: Identifying and Correcting ErrorsIdentifying and Correcting ErrorsEnd Level 1 Node: Identifying and Correcting Errors
      Start Level 2 Node: Successful Connection Setup and Data Transfer - An ExampleSuccessful Connection Setup and Data Transfer - An ExampleEnd Level 2 Node: Successful Connection Setup and Data Transfer - An Example
      Start Level 2 Node: SAProuter Error MessagesSAProuter Error MessagesEnd Level 2 Node: SAProuter Error Messages
         Start Level 3 Node: Fixing Error Message: "Route permission denied"Fixing Error Message: "Route permission denied"End Level 3 Node: Fixing Error Message: "Route permission denied"
         Start Level 3 Node: Setting Up More ConnectionsSetting Up More ConnectionsEnd Level 3 Node: Setting Up More Connections
      Start Level 2 Node: Connection Setup ErrorsConnection Setup ErrorsEnd Level 2 Node: Connection Setup Errors
      Start Level 2 Node: Connection TerminationsConnection TerminationsEnd Level 2 Node: Connection Terminations
      Start Level 2 Node: Other ErrorsOther ErrorsEnd Level 2 Node: Other Errors
      Start Level 2 Node: SAP Notes for SAProuterSAP Notes for SAProuterEnd Level 2 Node: SAP Notes for SAProuter
   Start Level 1 Node: ReferenceReferenceEnd Level 1 Node: Reference
      Start Level 2 Node: SAProuter Options - ReferenceSAProuter Options - ReferenceEnd Level 2 Node: SAProuter Options - Reference
         Start Level 3 Node: Option -s (stop saprouter)Option -s (stop saprouter)End Level 3 Node: Option -s (stop saprouter)
         Start Level 3 Node: Re-Read Route Permission Table: Option -nRe-Read Route Permission Table: Option -nEnd Level 3 Node: Re-Read Route Permission Table: Option -n
         Start Level 3 Node: Changing the Trace Level in a Productive System: Option -t (toggle trace)Changing the Trace Level in a Productive System: Option -t (toggle trace)End Level 3 Node: Changing the Trace Level in a Productive System: Option -t (toggle trace)
         Start Level 3 Node: Closing the Connection: Option -c (cancel connection)Closing the Connection: Option -c (cancel connection)End Level 3 Node: Closing the Connection: Option -c (cancel connection)
         Start Level 3 Node: Displaying Connection Information: Option -l and -LDisplaying Connection Information: Option -l and -LEnd Level 3 Node: Displaying Connection Information: Option -l and -L
         Start Level 3 Node: Writing Detailed Information to the Trace File: Option -d (dump buffers)Writing Detailed Information to the Trace File: Option -d (dump buffers)End Level 3 Node: Writing Detailed Information to the Trace File: Option -d (dump buffers)
         Start Level 3 Node: Emptying the Internal Buffer: Option -f (flush buffers)Emptying the Internal Buffer: Option -f (flush buffers)End Level 3 Node: Emptying the Internal Buffer: Option -f (flush buffers)
         Start Level 3 Node: Triggering Soft Shutdown: Option -pTriggering Soft Shutdown: Option -pEnd Level 3 Node: Triggering Soft Shutdown: Option -p
         Start Level 3 Node: Specifying the File for the Route Permission Table: Option -R <routtab>Specifying the File for the Route Permission Table: Option -R <routtab>End Level 3 Node: Specifying the File for the Route Permission Table: Option -R <routtab>
         Start Level 3 Node: Option -K <mysncname>Option -K <mysncname>End Level 3 Node: Option -K <mysncname>
         Start Level 3 Node: Option -G<logfile>Option -G<logfile>End Level 3 Node: Option -G<logfile>
         Start Level 3 Node: Restricting the Size of the Log File: Option -JRestricting the Size of the Log File: Option -JEnd Level 3 Node: Restricting the Size of the Log File: Option -J
         Start Level 3 Node: Specifying the Trace File: Option -TSpecifying the Trace File: Option -TEnd Level 3 Node: Specifying the Trace File: Option -T
         Start Level 3 Node: Changing the Trace Level when SAProuter is Started: Option -VChanging the Trace Level when SAProuter is Started: Option -VEnd Level 3 Node: Changing the Trace Level when SAProuter is Started: Option -V
         Start Level 3 Node: Preventing Overwriting of Trace and Log Files: Option -EPreventing Overwriting of Trace and Log Files: Option -EEnd Level 3 Node: Preventing Overwriting of Trace and Log Files: Option -E
         Start Level 3 Node: Changing the SAProuter Port: Option -SChanging the SAProuter Port: Option -SEnd Level 3 Node: Changing the SAProuter Port: Option -S
         Start Level 3 Node: Changing the Maximum Number of Clients: Option -CChanging the Maximum Number of Clients: Option -CEnd Level 3 Node: Changing the Maximum Number of Clients: Option -C
         Start Level 3 Node: Not Resolving IP Addresses from Incoming Connections: Option -DNot Resolving IP Addresses from Incoming Connections: Option -DEnd Level 3 Node: Not Resolving IP Addresses from Incoming Connections: Option -D
         Start Level 3 Node: Activating IPv6: Option -6Activating IPv6: Option -6End Level 3 Node: Activating IPv6: Option -6
         Start Level 3 Node: Setting Up a Standard Error Message for Clients: Option -ZSetting Up a Standard Error Message for Clients: Option -ZEnd Level 3 Node: Setting Up a Standard Error Message for Clients: Option -Z
         Start Level 3 Node: Specifying Network Interface for Outgoing Connections: Option -ISpecifying Network Interface for Outgoing Connections: Option -IEnd Level 3 Node: Specifying Network Interface for Outgoing Connections: Option -I
         Start Level 3 Node: Starting an Additional SAProuter with Maximum Number of Clients: Option -YStarting an Additional SAProuter with Maximum Number of Clients: Option -YEnd Level 3 Node: Starting an Additional SAProuter with Maximum Number of Clients: Option -Y
         Start Level 3 Node: Specifying Host Name and Password: Option -HSpecifying Host Name and Password: Option -HEnd Level 3 Node: Specifying Host Name and Password: Option -H
         Start Level 3 Node: Specifying Ports for Outgoing Connections: Option -MSpecifying Ports for Outgoing Connections: Option -MEnd Level 3 Node: Specifying Ports for Outgoing Connections: Option -M
      Start Level 2 Node: NI and SAProuter ImplementationNI and SAProuter ImplementationEnd Level 2 Node: NI and SAProuter Implementation
         Start Level 3 Node: Communication ModesCommunication ModesEnd Level 3 Node: Communication Modes
         Start Level 3 Node: Route ConnectsRoute ConnectsEnd Level 3 Node: Route Connects
         Start Level 3 Node: Buffered Connection HandlesBuffered Connection HandlesEnd Level 3 Node: Buffered Connection Handles
         Start Level 3 Node: Select SetsSelect SetsEnd Level 3 Node: Select Sets
         Start Level 3 Node: NI KeepaliveNI KeepaliveEnd Level 3 Node: NI Keepalive
         Start Level 3 Node: NI Error InformationNI Error InformationEnd Level 3 Node: NI Error Information
         Start Level 3 Node: NI Control MessagesNI Control MessagesEnd Level 3 Node: NI Control Messages
         Start Level 3 Node: Common Settings for SocketsCommon Settings for SocketsEnd Level 3 Node: Common Settings for Sockets
         Start Level 3 Node: SAProuter Route PermissionSAProuter Route PermissionEnd Level 3 Node: SAProuter Route Permission
            Start Level 4 Node: Route Table ExamplesRoute Table ExamplesEnd Level 4 Node: Route Table Examples