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Revision 1.21, Sun Oct 8 18:11:40 1995 UTC (24 years, 6 months ago) by thorpej
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: netbsd-1-1-base, netbsd-1-1-RELEASE, netbsd-1-1-PATCH001, netbsd-1-1
Changes since 1.20: +1 -1 lines

New-style RCS ids.

#!/bin/sh -
#
#	$NetBSD: netstart,v 1.21 1995/10/08 18:11:40 thorpej Exp $
#	@(#)netstart	5.9 (Berkeley) 3/30/91

# set these to "NO" to turn them off.  otherwise, they're used as flags
routed_flags=-q
rarpd_flags=NO		# for 'normal' use: rarpd_flags="-a"
bootparamd_flags=NO	# for 'normal' use: bootparamd_flags=""
rbootd_flags=NO		# for 'normal' use: rbootd_flags=""
sendmail_flags=NO	# for 'normal' use: sendmail_flags="-bd -q30m"
named_flags=NO		# for 'normal' use: named_flags=""
timed_flags=

# set the following to "YES" to turn them on
rwhod=NO
nfs_server=NO
nfs_client=NO
gated=NO
kerberos_server=NO
amd=NO

# miscellaneous other flags
# only used if the appropriate server is marked YES above
gated_flags=
amd_dir=/amd			# AMD's mount directory
amd_master=/etc/amd/master	# AMD 'master' map

# /etc/myname contains my symbolic name
#
hostname=`cat /etc/myname`
hostname $hostname
if [ -f /etc/defaultdomain ]; then
	domainname `cat /etc/defaultdomain`
fi

# configure all of the interfaces which we know about.
# do this by reading /etc/hostname.* files, where * is the name
# of a given interface.
#
# these files are formatted like the following, but with no # at the
# beginning of the line
#
# addr_family hostname netmask broadcast_addr options
# dest dest_addr
#
# addr_family is the address family of the interface, generally inet
# hostname is the host name that belongs to the interface, in /etc/hosts.
# netmask is the network mask for the interface.
# broadcast_addr is the broadcast address for the interface
# options are misc. options to ifconfig for the interface.
#
# dest is simply the string "dest" (no quotes, though) if the interface
# has a "destination" (i.e. it's a point-to-point link, like SLIP).
# dest_addr is the hostname of the other end of the link, in /etc/hosts
#
# the only required contents of the file are the addr_family field
# and the hostname.

(
    tmp="$IFS"
    IFS="$IFS."
    set -- `echo /etc/hostname*`
    IFS=$tmp
    unset tmp

    while [ $# -ge 2 ] ; do
        shift            # get rid of "hostname"
        (
            read af name mask bcaddr extras
            read dt dtaddr 

            if [ ! -n "$name" ]; then
                echo "/etc/hostname.$1: invalid network configuration file"
                exit
            fi

	    cmd="ifconfig $1 $af $name "
	    if [ "${dt}" = "dest" ]; then cmd="$cmd $dtaddr"; fi
	    if [ -n "$mask" ]; then cmd="$cmd netmask $mask"; fi
	    if [ -n "$bcaddr" -a "X$bcaddr" != "XNONE" ]; then
		cmd="$cmd broadcast $bcaddr";
	    fi
	    cmd="$cmd $extras"

	    $cmd
        ) < /etc/hostname.$1
        shift
    done
)

# set the address for the loopback interface
ifconfig lo0 inet localhost

# use loopback, not the wire
route add $hostname localhost

# /etc/mygate, if it exists, contains the name of my gateway host
# that name must be in /etc/hosts.
if [ -f /etc/mygate ]; then
	route add default `cat /etc/mygate`
fi