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NetworkControl is a utility to control and monitor network interfaces, including wireless ones. It addresses a conspicuous lack in most distributions, which tend to be short on easy-to-use network utilities, even for something as trivial as a robust, informative way to log on and off a dialup connection. It also provides the connection IP, configuration, and statistics (gleaned from "ifconfig" and updated every second), and provides graphical signal levels for wireless interfaces, handy for evaluating a system of wireless devices.
released on 24 December 2004
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