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> > That is, it detects the presence of a (10BaseT) cable in the back of
the
> > card.. and then does appropriate stuff (ifup/down, dhcpcd) when the
event
> > happens.
> This is basically taking the interface down when the link disappears
> (and vice versa.) Rather useful for portable systems. Don't think
> anyone has implemented it, but it should be easy enough to do.

pcmcia-cs has (had?) this, just edit /etc/pcmcia/blah-script...
needed to do this to get the default route set on card load,
and removed on unload.

-mirabilos
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