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Re: better /etc/init.d/network

Am Sun, 16 May 1999 schrieb Massimo Dal Zotto:
> Hi,
> The /etc/init.d/network script created by the debian installation is very
> simple and not flexible enough if you need to manage complex networks with
> many interfaces.
> I have written a generic network interface management command, net, which
> can be used to start/stop/show/configure network interfaces, and a smarter
> replacement for the /etc/init.d/network script.
I will try it out and maybe use it for a firewall with more than 10 network
cards. This could be a good test for the new script.


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