ifplugd is a lightweight Linux daemon which configures the network automatically when a cable is plugged in and deconfigures it when the cable is pulled. It is primarily intended for usage with laptops. It relies on the distribution's native network configuration subsystem, and is thus not very intrusive.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Unix Shell C|
Release Notes: Build fixes were made.
Release Notes: A --no-startup option has been added.
Release Notes: This release changes the MII code for better compatibility with some 3COM Boomerang cards, and adds some other minor cleanups.
Release Notes: This release reverts to a more classic order of the automatic link check detection APIs.
Release Notes: The man pages have been updated. Support has been added for link monitoring with the IFF_RUNNING interface flag.