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smpppd-ifcfg



DESCRIPTION

       smpppd-ifcfg  is  a  daemon  that controls a single dialup
       connection to the internet. It does  so  by  starting  and
       controlling the pppd. The configuration of the dialup con­
       nections is done by YaST2.

       smpppd-ifcfg is not intended for direct use. Use ifup  and
       ifdown or a frontend like cinternet , qinternet or kinter­
       net instead.


OPTIONS

       These options are recognized by smpppd-ifcfg.  If  a  long
       option  shows  an argument as mandatory, then it is manda­
       tory for the equivalent short option also.

       --up   Bring the connection up. This is the default.

       --down Bring the connection down.

       --status
              Report status of the connection.

       -i, --ifcfg=NAME
              Specify the ifcfg  file  to  use.  This  option  is
              mandatory.

       -p, --provider=NAME
              Specify the provider file to use.

       --detach
              Detach  from  the controlling terminal. This is the
              default.

       --nodeatch
              Don't detach from the controlling terminal.

       -d, --debug
              Turn on debugging.

       --version
              Show program version and exit.

       --help Show help information and exit.


FILES

       /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-*
              Configuration files for the interfaces.

       /etc/sysconfig/network/providers/*
              Configuration files for the providers.

       /var/log/smpppd/ifcfg-xxx.log


SEE ALSO

       kinternet,   qinternet,    cinternet(1),    accounting(1),
       wvdial(1), smpppd.conf(5), pppd(8), smpppd(8).


AUTHOR

       Arvin Schnell <arvin@suse.de>

SuSE                      December 2002           SMPPPD-IFCFG(8)
  

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