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  1. # $VER: CNet 1.2 (27.11.2010)
  2. #
  3. # Configuration for PCMCIA cards supported by the "cnet.device" driver
  4. # on Amiga 600 and Amiga 1200 computers. For a list of supported
  5. # PCMCIA cards, see "http://www.g-mb.de/cnet" (last checked: 2010-10-24).
  6.  
  7. # The device name is mandatory
  8. device=cnet16.device
  9.  
  10. # If not provided, unit number 0 will be used. You may
  11. # have to change this if there are multiple cards of the
  12. # same type installed in your machine, or if your network
  13. # hardware supports several independent connections
  14. #unit=0
  15.  
  16. # You must either pick a fixed (static) IPv4 address and
  17. # a corresponding subnet mask, or request DHCP (dynamic)
  18. # network address configuration.
  19. # You can combine address/netmask/dhcp, which has the effect
  20. # of asking the DHCP server to assign the requested IPv4
  21. # address and subnet mask to this interface, if possible.
  22. #address=192.168.0.1
  23. #netmask=255.255.255.0
  24. configure=dhcp
  25.  
  26. # If no DHCP server is present in your network, you can
  27. # use automatic interface IPv4 address assignment through
  28. # the ZeroConf protocol. Note that this will not set up
  29. # default route and DNS servers for you, only the interface
  30. # address is configured.
  31. #configure=auto
  32.  
  33. # This variant of automatic IPv4 address assignment should
  34. # be used in a wireless network instead of 'configure=auto'
  35. #configure=fastauto
  36.  
  37. # You can enable diagnostic messages which can be helpful in
  38. # tracking down configuration errors.
  39. #debug=yes
  40.  
  41. # You can choose how much memory will be used when handling
  42. # incoming and outgoing network traffic for this device.
  43. # The default is to reserve 32 buffers of 1500 byte each, both
  44. # inbound and outbound traffic. Larger values may provide
  45. # better performance.
  46. #iprequests=32
  47. #writerequests=32
  48.  
  49. # For diagnostic and monitoring purposes it can be helpful to
  50. # capture network traffic that flows through this interface.
  51. # To enable this option, select one of filter=local,
  52. # filter=ipandarp or filter=everything
  53. #filter=local
  54. #filter=ipandarp
  55. #filter=everything
  56.  
  57. # This option disables a workaround required for the Ariadne
  58. # network hardware, which, if enabled, would otherwise cause
  59. # the interface setup procedure to take longer than really
  60. # necessary.
  61. requiresinitdelay=no
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