From MorphOS Library
NetConfig - Configures network interfaces
INTERFACE,IP=IPADDR/K,DEST=DESTINATION/K,MASK=NETMASK/K,MTU/N/K,GW=GATEWAY/K,NS=NS1=NAMESERVER1/K,NS2=NAMESERVER2/K, NS3=NAMESERVER3/K,DHCPS=DHCPSERVER=BPS=BOOTPSERVER/K,DHCPSCAN/S,HOSTNAME/K,NOGW=NOGATEWAY/S,LOOPBACK/S,BOOTP/S, DHCP/S,NOONLINE/S,NOHWADDR/S,AUTOCONFIG/S,DIALSCRIPT/K,PROVIDERFILE/K,FORCEPRIMARY/S,NODIAL/S,DEBUG/S
INTERFACE - The name of the interface to configure. AUTOCONFIG - The system preferences are used to configure all interfaces automaticly. The file <env:sys/interfaces> is used to describe the interfaces and the file <env:sys/netconfig> is used to pass extra netconfig config arguments. IPADDR - The IP address of the interface. This should be given only if the IP address is known and is not dynamic. DESTINATION - The destination IP address for the point to point interfaces and the broadcast address for the broadcast interfaces. This is generally needed for point to point interfaces. The gateway address will be used as the destination address if the destination IP address is not availabe. For broadcast interfaces this option is generally not needed at all. NETMASK - The netmask of the interface. If not supplied, a suitable default is calculated by NetStack. GATEWAY - The IP address of the default gateway. This should not be given if no specific default gateway is assigned. On point to point links the destination IP address will be used as the gateway address as well, if no specific gateway address is given. MTU - The mtu of the interface. If not supplied, a suitable default is calculated by NetStack NAMESERVER1 - The IP address of the first nameserver. NAMESERVER2 - The IP address of the 2nd nameserver. NAMESERVER3 - The IP address of the 3rd nameserver. DHCPSERVER - The IP address of the BOOTP/DHCP server to use. Normally this is not needed and a default broadcast address will be used instead. DHCPSCAN - Scan and output all found dhcp servers HOSTNAME - The name of your systen. NOGATEWAY - Specifies that no default gateway should be configured. LOOPBACK - Specifies that the loopback interface ("lo0") should be configured as well. BOOTP - Use BOOTP to get the configuration information. If your network has a BOOTP server, you normally do not need any other options to configure your interface. DHCP - Use DHCP to get the configuration information. If your network has a DHCP server, you normally do not need any other options to configure your interface. NOONLINE - Do not put the Sana2 device online. Normally netconfig puts the Sana2 device configured for interface-name online. This option causes the online command not to be sent. NOHWADDR - Do not use hardware address on the BOOTP request. Normally this is not needed, since netconfig can disable hardware address usage automatically for appropriate interface types. DEBUG - Turns on debugging output. Normally netconfig produces very little output, but this option causes all relevant information to be printed out. DIALSCRIPT - Not documented. PROVIDERFILE - Not documented. FORCEPRIMARY - Not documented. NODIAL - Not documented.
NetConfig is launched at boot time from system's startup scripts and users aren't adviced to use it separately.
See also: IfConfig, Route