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Date:      Wed, 4 Feb 2009 11:28:42 +0100
From:      bsd <bsd@todoo.biz>
To:        Liste FreeBSD <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Power off and network apcupsd
Message-ID:  <31261BA8-1DC9-4F99-81F9-ED0C9D9B0650@todoo.biz>

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Hello,


I would like to know if this is possible to keep the network during a =20=

shutdown as describe and explained below for a Linux system.

How could we do that?

This will be used in a procedure to shutdown the UPS and the system =20
after a Power Failure has been detected. Any experience with that will =20=

be of high interest to me.

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> You may need to take steps to ensure networking stays active during =20=

> your
> OS=E2=80=99s shutdown sequence in order for the PCNET driver to power =
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> the
> UPS (the so-called =E2=80=9Dkillpower=E2=80=9D operation). On a Linux =
distro, you =20
> can use
> commands such as...
>
> chkconfig --level 0 network on
> chkconfig --level 0 iptables on



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