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SuSE 11.3 - man page for cinternet (suse section 1)

CINTERNET(1)							      SMPPPD							      CINTERNET(1)

NAME
cinternet - simple frontend for smpppd
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 mandatory for the equivalent short option also. The order of the options is relevant except for the --verbose, --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 prefixed 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 interface 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 interface 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 interface must be in dial on demand mode and already started. Not implemented for all connection types. -H, --hangup Trigger hangup for the specified interface. The interface must be in dial on demand mode. Not implemented for all connection types. -O, --stop Stop the specified interface. --add-link Add a link to a multi-link connection. --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 interface. -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-config 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.
WIRELESS LAN OPTIONS
The following commands are only valid if the specified interface is a wireless LAN device. --set-essid=ESSID Set ESSID (network name). --set-bitrate=BITRATE Set a specific bitrate (in Mbps units). Use auto or 0 to switch to automatic mode. --set-wep=KEY Enables WEP encryption for the specified interface. KEY can have different formats, see --keytype for more information. --scan Prints scan results, i.e. access points known to the driver. Note that this does not trigger an active scan. --rescan Triggers an active scan and prints the scan results. Note that this can interrupt exiting connections for a while. --keytype={hex,ascii,hash[40,104]} Sets key type for --set-wep command. hex means the key is given has hex digits. You need to enter exactly the amount of digits needed for the key (e.g. 10 hex digits for 40 bit key, 26 hex digits for 104 bit key, etc). ascii means that the ASCII values of the specified string from the key. You need to enter 5 characters for 40 bit keys, 13 for 104 bit keys, etc. And finally hash means the specified key is used as a passphrase to generate a hash from it, which will be the actual WEP key. Append 40 to hash if you want a 40 bit key generated, and 104 if you want 104 bit (aka 64 and 128 bit, depends on whether you count the initialization vector or not). If the appendix is omitted, 104 bit gets assumed. --authmode={open,shared} This option has to be used together with the --set-wep command. It specifies the authentication mode to be used. open means no explicit authentication (this does not neccessarily mean no encryption). shared means shared key authentication. This authentica- tion mode makes your WEP key more attackable, so do not use it if you don't have to. --connection-status Prints some information about your wireless LAN connection status.
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), smpppd-ifcfg(8).
AUTHOR
Arvin Schnell <arvin@suse.de> SuSE December 2002 CINTERNET(1)

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