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       ifconfig - configure network interfaces


       ifconfig  [option...]   name  [addr]  [broadcast  brdaddr]  [pointopoint|dstaddr  dstaddr]
       [netmask mask] [ether|hwaddr|lladdr macaddr] [metric n] [mtu n] [txqueuelen  n]  [up|down]


       Configure network interfaces.

       Mandatory  or  optional  arguments  to long options are also mandatory or optional for any
       corresponding short options.

       Known flags are: allmulti, arp, automedia, broadcast, debug, dynamic,  master,  multicast,
       pointopoint,  portsel,  promisc, slave, trailers, up.  Prepending no to any of these flags
       will negate their effect.


       -a, --all
              Display all available interfaces.

       -A, --address=addr
              Set interface address to addr.

       -B, --broadcast=addr
       -b, --brdaddr=addr
              Set broadcast address to addr.

       -d, --dstaddr=addr
       -p, --peer=addr
              Set destination (peer) address to addr.

       --up   Activate the interface (default if address is given).

       --down Shut the interface down.

       -F, --flags=flag[,flag...]
              Set interface flags.

       -i, --interface=name
              Configure network interface name.

       -l, --list
              List available or selected interfaces.

       -m, --netmask=mask
              Set netmask to mask.

              Set metric of interface to n.

       -M, --mtu=n
              Set mtu of interface to n.

              Select output format; set to 'help' for information.

       -s, --short
              Short output format.

       -v, --verbose
              Output information when configuring interface.

       -?, --help
              Give this help list.

              Give a short usage message.

       -V, --version
              Print program version.

       Linux-specific options:

       -T, --txqlen=n
              Set transmit queue length to n.