sudo supernode /etc/n2n/supernode.conf &
sudo edge /etc/n2n/edge.conf

supercode -l <port> &
edge -a <local ip> -c n2n -l <host:port> -k <password>
/etc/default/n2n

/etc/n2n/edge.conf.sample

#
#         The configuration file is similar to the command line, with one option per line. An equal
#        sign '=' should be used between key and value. Example: -c=mynetwork or --community=mynetwork
#        This file contains a basic configuration example, please refer to the help (-h) for the full
#        list of available options.
#
#       -d|--tun-device
#        Specifies the name of the TUN interface. 
#
-d=n2n0
#
#       -c|--community
#        Specifies the n2n community name the edge belongs to.
#
-c=mynetwork
#
#       -k
#        Sets the encryption key (ASCII). The environment variable N2N_KEY=<key> can also be used. 
#
-k=mypassword
#
#       -m
#        Specified the MAC address for the TAP interface (random otherwise).
#
# -m=DE:AD:BE:EF:99:99
#
#       -a
#        Sets the interface address. For DHCP use '-r -a dhcp:0.0.0.0'.
#
-a=1.2.3.4
#
#       -p
#        Sets the local UDP port to a fixed port.
#
-p=50001
#
#       -l|--supernode-list
#        Specifies the supernode IP and port.
#
-l=7.8.9.0:7777
#

supernode.conf.sample

#
#        The configuration file is similar to the command line, with one option per line. An equal
#        sign '=' should be used between key and value. Example: -l=7777 or --local-port=7777
#        This file contains a basic configuration example, please refer to the help (-h) for the full
#        list of available options.
#
#       -l|--local-port
#        Sets the UDP listening port. 
#
# -l=7777
#
# Specify in supernodes.list the list of allowed communities
#
# -c=supernodes.list

/etc/n2n/supernodes.list

# suppercodes list
<edge_Group>

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