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 File comments for:  Network » Misc » netup.lha

netup

Description: App for testing roadshows connection status
Download: netup.lha
Version: rc1
Date: 28 Aug 2013
Category: network/misc
FileID: 8255
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Comment by: HKvalhe (85.167.227.247)At: 02 Sep 2013, 15:07File version: rc1
Actually, Netup's Timeout is working very well in 3 seconds, then it closes immerdiately after assuring it's online. This is the way i wanted it, so everything is just fine :)
 
 
Comment by: HKvalhe (77.40.194.23)At: 02 Sep 2013, 10:13File version: rc1
Will try. Thanks Jurassicc :-)
 
 
Comment by: jurassicc (217.42.95.22)At: 01 Sep 2013, 11:05File version: rc1
well what you can do is type c:netshutdown in the cli. set the timeout to 20 then run netup after 20secs you will see that it gives up and quits. then run it again and do c:addnetinterface devs:netinterface/xxxx where xxxx is your interface file. whilst its flashing and you'll see it come online.
 
 
Comment by: HKvalhe (85.167.227.247)At: 01 Sep 2013, 07:36File version: rc1
Thank you, Jurassicc :) Yes, 10 is usually fine. I managed to reduced it also down to 3 seconds, but no lower than that. It would help to have more information on what is the best recommended seconds to really use for the Timeout. Thank you so much for the help, Jurassicc :)
 
 
Comment by: jurassicc (217.42.95.22)At: 01 Sep 2013, 06:10File version: rc1
I would stay 10 is fine. But if you want it shorter keep reducing it by 1 until it doesn't work the use the number it last worked at.
 
 
Comment by: HKvalhe (85.167.227.247)At: 31 Aug 2013, 17:03File version: rc1
Just a question. What is the minimal seconds recommendation for the Timeout here?
 
 
Comment by: HKvalhe (77.40.194.23)At: 30 Aug 2013, 06:16File version: rc1
DONOTWAIT command is not needed when placing it in WBStartup Prefs, as long as you leave the button for choosing amount of seconds to wait UNTICKED. That function appears as DONOTWAIT instead.

I have reduced the Timeout to 10 seconds instead :)
 
 
Comment by: HKvalhe (85.167.227.247)At: 29 Aug 2013, 14:47File version: rc1
Tested and working brilliant! Added it to WBStartup Prefs and Timeout is at 20 seconds! I really recommend this tool! How about creating a nice drawer for Netup with icon? I also wonder if Netup drawer should be either in SYS:Utillities or in SYS:Internet?
 
 
Comment by: HKvalhe (77.40.194.23)At: 29 Aug 2013, 07:53File version: rc1
This one might come in handy :) Gonna give it a test later today :)
 
 
Comment by: cha05e90 (79.223.119.108)At: 29 Aug 2013, 07:30File version: rc1
Nice and smart (and good looking!) tool, thanks!
 
 
Comment by: jurassicc (217.42.95.22)At: 29 Aug 2013, 06:12File version: rc1
Don't forget to add DONOTWAIT as the third tooltype, if you have it in wbstartup.
 
 
Comment by: jurassicc (217.42.95.22)At: 29 Aug 2013, 06:08File version: rc1
Don't forget to add DONOTWAIT as the third tooltype, if you have it in wbstartup.
 
 
Comment by: jurassicc (217.42.95.22)At: 29 Aug 2013, 06:07File version: rc1
Don't forget to add DONOTWAIT as the third tooltype, if you have it in wbstartup.
 
 
Comment by: tommysammy (93.221.22.190)At: 29 Aug 2013, 03:29File version: rc1
Nice tool
 
 

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