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netGo

   0.5  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 82%
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Link:  http://netgo.hjolug.org
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  7696
Submitted:  Jul 9 2004
Updated:  Oct 15 2005

Description:

netGo is a distribution-independent networking tool (written in Qt) for changing network settings quickly and easily. It is intended for laptop owners, who often need to change network settings when relocating.
It allows you to create 'profiles' that contain the network settings such as the IP, netmask, gateway, name servers and wireless options. After creating a profile it can be executed with a single click.




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Update: Added Debian packages and RPMS. netGo is also available in Gentoo's portage (emerge netgo).

Info Update
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Just wanted to let you know that I've decided to start working on a new version of netGo. The reason is all the positive feedback I've recieved and I have still got a couple of features and improvements I would like to implement in netGo. If you have any suggestions or ideas I'd be happy to hear them, now is the time.
See the updated homepage for further info: http://netgo.hjolug.org




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 by bedahr on: Dec 2 2006
 
Score 50%

Would you consider extending your tool to include proxy on/off-switching support?

I, for example, have a notebook which I use for home and for work. At home I connect over a wireless network to an access point - without a proxy.

At work I have to use our school's proxy - and I have to reactivate it every time (and deactivate it when I come home).

So a one-click solution for switching the whole network setup from home to work would be great.


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