openmoko at ginguppin.de
Sun Aug 3 13:32:24 CEST 2008
this limits the number of ip-addresses affected by the nat stuff, only
192-256. if you don't have anything else using 192.168.0.X it's safe to
ignore, but it does not harm your setup.
> What is the difference between 'auto usb0' and 'allow-hotplug usb0'?
auto means that the intercace usb0 is up'ped when networking starts,
allow-hotplug means it's up'ped only if a evice is hotplugged, ie when the
freerunner is connected and hal detects the creation of usb0 it's up'ped.
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