diff --git a/cman/man/cman_tool.8 b/cman/man/cman_tool.8
index 726ca0e..8d7d573 100644
@@ -176,30 +176,28 @@ existing cluster and reconfiguring it. Expected votes should be set to
.I -n <nodename>
Overrides the node name. By default the unqualified hostname is used. This
-option can also be used to specify which interface is used for cluster
-communication as cman_tool will (unless multicast is specified below)
-use the broadcast address associated with that hostname. If you
-are using IPv6 then you will have to use multicast rather than broadcast.
+option is also used to specify which interface is used for cluster
.I -N <nodeid>
Overrides the node ID for this node. Normally, nodes are assigned a
node id in CCS. If you specify an incorrect node ID here, the
-node might not be allowed to join the cluster.
+node might not be allowed to join the cluster. Setting node IDs in
+CCS is a far better way to do this.
+Note that the node's application to join the cluster may be rejected if you
+try to set the nodeid to one that has already been used, or if the node
+was previously a member of the cluster but with a different nodeid.
.I -o <nodename>
Override the name this node will have in the cluster. This will
normally be the hostname or the first name specified by -n.
Note how this differs from -n: -n tells cman_tool how to find
-the broadcast address and/or the entry in CCS. -o simply
+the host address and/or the entry in CCS. -o simply
changes the name the node will have in the cluster and has no
bearing on the actual name of the machine. Use this option
will extreme caution.
-Setting node IDs in CCS is a far better way to do this though.
-Note that the node's application to join the cluster may be rejected if you
-try to set the nodeid to one that has already been used, or if the node
-was previously a member of the cluster but with a different nodeid.
.I -m <multicast-address>
Specifies a multicast address to use for cluster communication. This