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LIBNETCFG(1)			 Perl Programmers Reference Guide		     LIBNETCFG(1)

NAME
       libnetcfg - configure libnet

DESCRIPTION
       The libnetcfg utility can be used to configure the libnet.  Starting from perl 5.8 libnet
       is part of the standard Perl distribution, but the libnetcfg can be used for any libnet
       installation.

USAGE
       Without arguments libnetcfg displays the current configuration.

	   $ libnetcfg
	   # old config ./libnet.cfg
	   daytime_hosts	ntp1.none.such
	   ftp_int_passive	0
	   ftp_testhost 	ftp.funet.fi
	   inet_domain		none.such
	   nntp_hosts		nntp.none.such
	   ph_hosts
	   pop3_hosts		pop.none.such
	   smtp_hosts		smtp.none.such
	   snpp_hosts
	   test_exist		1
	   test_hosts		1
	   time_hosts		ntp.none.such
	   # libnetcfg -h for help
	   $

       It tells where the old configuration file was found (if found).

       The "-h" option will show a usage message.

       To change the configuration you will need to use either the "-c" or the "-d" options.

       The default name of the old configuration file is by default "libnet.cfg", unless
       otherwise specified using the -i option, "-i oldfile", and it is searched first from the
       current directory, and then from your module path.

       The default name of the new configuration file is "libnet.cfg", and by default it is
       written to the current directory, unless otherwise specified using the -o option, "-o
       newfile".

SEE ALSO
       Net::Config, Net::libnetFAQ

AUTHORS
       Graham Barr, the original Configure script of libnet.

       Jarkko Hietaniemi, conversion into libnetcfg for inclusion into Perl 5.8.

perl v5.16.3				    2014-06-17				     LIBNETCFG(1)
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