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Re: ifconfig v2
On 12/06/2013 20:20, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
my comment was about enabling offload by default.
If it's enabled by default, then the default ifconfig view should
if offload if there or not.
dyoung indicated once the example you gave where it's relevant is fixed
it's fine to be removed which I'm happy with
For example, the ip output from Linux
I wouldn't quote linux network tools as example myself, I've always
them hard to use. How to find the information you're looking for is
Please don't apply generic blanket statements like that, there are
plently of network tools on Linux which work on NetBSD.
Some linux tools are indeed hard to use and confusing, but I find the
same with some NetBSD tools also.
But back on topic, I do find the content of the default ip output gives
me the information I need 99% of the time without spamming stuff I'm
really not that interested in. And I look at network configs a lot due
to what I do in the open source world.
Things I care about
1) device name
2) media type
3) link status (include Network connected to if wireless)
Anything else is just extra admin detail which goes beyond the setup of
a singular interface
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