Network-config is a simple and easy to use program that helps in configuring the network interfaces for Linux-based operating systems. It allows you to have multiple configurations for the same computer, and to easily configure NAT for Internet sharing. It can also be used to scan for wireless networks. It is written in Perl and uses GTK2+, but also works as a command line program.
|Tags||Networking Database Front-Ends Desktop Environment GNOME|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A scrollbar has been added to the main window. Many bugs have been fixed. A "run script at the end from main preferences and for each configuration" feature has been added. This release saves the window size, and doesn't show Wi-Fi networks with no name. "Config" and "Appearance" have been swapped. There are bigger entries (in Main->Preferences, for example). Small bugs still remain.