ifplugd.conf - ifplugd configuration file




   ifplugd.conf  is  the  configuration  file  for  ifplugd. It is a shell
   script that is sourced by the init script starting the daemon. It shall
   be  used to set environment variables which are interpreted by the init


          Specifies the ethernet interfaces to monitor. It has to  contain
          a  space  seperated list of network interfaces names. Most users
          will probably use "eth0" here, however you  may  add  additional
          interfaces  for monitoring more than one device. A special value
          is supported as well: "auto" will enable a more or less  working
          auto detection of available network devices. This won't make you
          happy when using network module auto loading,  since  it  cannot
          detect currently unloaded network devices.

          Specifies the interfaces that can be hotplugged (like interfaces
          on PCMCIA, USB or WLAN adapters).  "all" can be used to make the
          udev   script  start  an  ifplugd  process  for  any  hotplugged
          interfaces (except those already listed in INTERFACES).

   ARGS   Additional command line arguments for  ifplugd  invocation.  See
          ifplugd(8) for further information.

          If  specified  for  an  interface this variable takes precedence
          over ARGS. This may be useful if more than one network device is




   This man page was written using xmltoman(1) by Oliver Kurth.


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