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NCFTOOL(1)			      Network Configuration			       NCFTOOL(1)

NAME
       ncftool - Network configuration tool

SYNOPSIS
       ncftool [command [options]]

DESCRIPTION
       ncftool is a command line utility to configure networking.  It can be invoked with no
       arguments to bring up the interactive ncftool shell.  Alternatively a command and optional
       arguments can be specified to have ncftool execute the command non-interactively.

COMMANDS
   list [--macs] [--all] [--inactive]
       List the currently configured toplevel network interfaces

       [--macs] - show MAC addresses
       [--all] - show all (up & down) interfaces
       [--inactive] - show only inactive (down) interfaces

   dumpxml [--mac] [--live] name
       Dump the XML description of an interface

       [--mac] - interpret the name as MAC address
       [--live] - include information about the live interface
       name - the name of the interface

   define xmlfile
       Define an interface from the specified XML file.

   undefine iface
       Remove the configuration of the specified interface.

   ifup iface
       Bring up specified interface.

   ifdown iface
       Bring down specified interface.

   change-begin
       Mark the beginning of a set of revertible network configuration changes.

   change-commit
       Commit (make permanent) a set of network configuration changes begun with change-begin.

   change-rollback
       Rollback (revert) a set of network configuration changes begun with change-begin.

   help [command]
       Print details about command, if specified, or list all commands if command is not
       specified.

   quit
       Exit the program.

SEE ALSO
       interfaces (5)

AUTHORS
       Please refer to the AUTHORS file distributed with netcf.

netcf-0.2.2				    2012-12-20				       NCFTOOL(1)
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