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2. Switching network levels on the fly

Your are allowed to switch the network operation mode on the fly using the following commands:

In each case, it will make sure the proper daemons are running.

The command

                netconf --update

may be also useful to make sure a system is current (in sync with its configuration). The command

                netconf --status

gives a report on what has to be done, while --update does it.

The file /var/run/netconf.level stores the current operation mode and it is used by the --update and --status options for netconf. This file is updated by "netconf --runlevel" and by /sbin/askrunlevel at boot time.

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