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General Functions

Nut/OS network configurations are typically stored in non-volatile memory. The application editconf can be used to edit the current settings.

When started, Something similar to the following output appears on the console:

Network Configuration Editor - Compiled Oct 12 2012 - 16:33:49
Board   : Elektor Internet Radio
Memory  : AT45D DataFlash
Page    : Last
Size    : 528
SPI Base: 0xFFFE0000
Chip    : 0
Chip Sel: 0

Configuration loaded

The information about the non-volatile memory on the first few lines differs, depending on the target the board is running on.

The program will then query the essential network interface settings:

MAC Address: 02:00:00:00:00:00
IP Address:
IP Mask:
IP Gate:

You may either edit any configuration (using the backspace key) or simply press enter to confirm the current setting.

Finally press S to save your new configuration or any other key to discard any changes and repeat the query.

Press S to save this configuration