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cinternet



DESCRIPTION

       cinternet is a simple frontend for the smpppd.


OPTIONS

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

       The order of the options is relevant except for the --ver­
       bose, --only-local, --version and --help options.

       -I, --interface-list
              List all configured interfaces of the  smpppd.  The
              interfaces  are  also marked either with `u' or `d'
              for their status of up or  down  respectively.  The
              interface names are utf-8 encoded.

       -i, --interface-name=NAME
              Specify  a interface. A interface must be specified
              for most of the options below. This option must  be
              given before any option that requires an interface.
              The name must exactly match one  of  the  interface
              list.

       --interface-number=NUM
              Specify  a interface. A interface must be specified
              for most of the options below. This option must  be
              given before any option that requires an interface.
              The numbers start at one.

       -P, --provider-list
              List all configured  providers  for  the  specified
              interface.  The  currently  active provider is pre­
              fixed by a `a', all others by a `i'.  The  provider
              names are utf-8 encoded.

       -p, --provider-name=NAME
              Select the active provider for the specified inter­
              face by name. The name must exactly  match  one  of
              the provider list. Only works when the interface is
              down.

       --provider-number=NUM
              Select the active provider for the specified inter­
              face  by  number.  The  numbers  start at one. Only
              works when the interface is down.

       -A, --start
              Start the specified interface.

       -D, --dialin
              Trigger dialin for  the  specified  interface.  The

       --remove-link
              Remove a link from a multi-link connection.

       -s, --status
              Display the status of the specified interface.

       -c, --config
              Display  the  configuration of the specified inter­
              face.

       -l, --log
              Displays the log of the specified interface.

       -d, --debug={on,off}
              Turn debugging mode of the smpppd on or  off.  This
              does not affect connections already up.

       -L, --main-conifg
              List the main config of the smpppd.

       -L, --main-log
              List  the  main  log,  the  log  containing general
              informations not specific to an interface,  of  the
              smpppd.

       -v, --verbose
              Be more verbose.

       -o, --only-local
              Only connect to local smpppd.

       --script[=STYLE]
              Format  output  for  script. Known styles are c and
              sh.

       --version
              Show program version and exit.

       --help Show help information and exit.


FILES

       /etc/smpppd-c.conf
              Contains information about remote smpppd.

       /var/run/smpppd/control
              Socket to communicate with local smpppd.


SEE ALSO

       kinternet,  qinternet,  accounting(1),   smpppd-c.conf(5),
       smpppd(8).

  




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