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NAME

       ConnMan - network management daemon

SYNOPSIS

       connmand [--version] | [--help]

       connmand       [--config=<filename>]      [--debug=<file1>:<file2>:...]
       [--device=<interface1>,<interface2>,...]
       [--nodevice=<interface1>,<interface2>,..]
       [--wifi=<driver1>,<driver2>,...]     [--plugin=<plugin1>,<plugin2>,...]
       [--noplugin=<plugin1>,<plugin2>,...] [--nodaemon] [--nodnsproxy]

DESCRIPTION

       The  ConnMan provides a daemon for managing internet connections within
       devices running the Linux operating system. The Connection  Manager  is
       designed  to  be slim and to use as few resources as possible.  It is a
       fully modular system that can be extended, through plug-ins, to support
       all  kinds  of  wired  or  wireless  technologies.  Also, configuration
       methods, like DHCP and domain name  resolving,  are  implemented  using
       plug-ins.    The   plug-in   approach  allows  for  easy  adaption  and
       modification for various use cases.

OPTIONS

       The following options are supported:

       --version
              Print the ConnMan software version and exit.

       --help Print ConnMan's available options and exit.

       --config=<filename>
              Specify configuration  file  to  set  up  various  settings  for
              ConnMan.     If    not   specified,   the   default   value   of
              '<SYSCONFDIR>/connman/main.conf' is used; where <SYSCONFDIR>  is
              dependent   on  your  distribution  (usually  it's  /etc).   See
              connman.conf(5) for more information on configuration file.  The
              use  of config file is optional and sane default values are used
              if config file is missing.

       --debug=<file1>:<file2>:...
              Sets how much information ConnMan sends to the  log  destination
              (usually  syslog's  "daemon" facility).  If the file options are
              omitted, then debugging information from all  the  source  files
              are printed. If file options are present, then only debug prints
              from    that    source    file    are     printed.      Example:
              --debug=src/service.c:plugins/wifi.c

       --device=<interface1>,<interface2>,...
              Only  manage  these  network  interfaces. By default all network
              interfaces are managed.

       --nodevice=<interface1>,<interface2>,...
              Never manage these network interfaces.

       --plugin=<plugin1>,<plugin2>,...
              Load these plugins only. The option can be a pattern  containing
              "*" and "?" characters.

       --noplugin=<plugin1>,<plugin2>,...
              Never load these plugins. The option can be a pattern containing
              "*" and "?" characters.

       --wifi=<driver1>,<driver2>,...
              Wifi driver that WiFi/Supplicant should use.  If  omitted,  then
              the value of "nl80211,wext" is used by default.

       --nodaemon
              Do  not daemonize. This is useful for debugging, and directs log
              output to the controlling terminal in addition to syslog.

       --nodnsproxy
              Do not act as a DNS proxy. By default ConnMan  will  direct  all
              DNS  traffic  to  itself  by  setting nameserver to 127.0.0.1 in
              resolv.conf(5) file.  If this is not desired and you  want  that
              all programs call directly some DNS server, then you can use the
              --nodnsproxy option.  If this option is used,  then  ConnMan  is
              not able to cache the DNS queries because the DNS traffic is not
              going through ConnMan and that  can  cause  some  extra  network
              traffic.

SEE ALSO

       connman.conf(5).

                                21 August 2012                      CONNMAN(8)