QuickSwitch lets you switch network profiles on the fly (IP address, DNS, routes, NFS shares, etc.). There is a command-line configuration mode by which you can change your entire network setting in one line (including DNS and routing table). It is highly configurable, supports DHCP/BOOTP/NIS/NFS/etc., and also includes a curses-based GUI which you can use as a profile selector on startup.
|Tags||Networking Operating Systems Systems Administration Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: Red Hat 9 issues were fixed. Profiles can now be seen on all distributions with newer versions of Perl.
Release Notes: Multiple bugfixes and feature enhancements.
Release Notes: Fixes for DHCP issues and bugs, and a new 'dhcpkill' option for non-dhcp profiles.
Release Notes: A critical update for users of version 0.14 that fixes a problem with symlinking which could potentially destroy the original hosts and DNS files.
Release Notes: Changing file operations from copying to symlinking to reduce administrative burden, new ANSI colors for easily deciphering debug messages, and a fix in 'switcher'.