- command-line interface for comitup network management
connect to (<n>)
utility provides access to the comitup(8) D-Bus
interface. It is intended to serve as a debug tool, and a source code example
for connecting to the interface.
If the comitup(8) service is not running, comitup-cli
- The comitup states are HOTSPOT,
CONNECTING, and CONNECTED.
- In the HOTSPOT mode, comitup creates a wifi
hotspot with the name comitup-<nnnn>, where <nnnn> is a
persistent 4-digit number.
- Once in HOTSPOT mode, the system will occasionally
(~1/min) cycle through available defined connections, by transitioning to
the CONNECTING mode. The Access Point list is updated by this
process. Any command issued by comitup-cli will cause the next
timeout instance to be skipped.
- Once a connection is established, the system will be in the
CONNECTED mode. If the connection is lost, failed, or deleted, the
system will transition back to the HOTSPOT state.
- The ssid of the current active connection.
- While in the HOTSPOT mode, comitup-cli will
list the currently-visible access points, by ssid. Access points
with the strongest signal are sorted to the top of the list. The entries
are numbered, for use with the connect command.
- r - Reload
- Refresh the displayed state, mode, and list of access
- q - Quit
- Exit comitup.cli.
- d - Delete connection
- Delete the configuration information for the current wifi
connection. This will cause comitup to transition to the
- This command is not available in the HOTSPOT
- <n> - Connect to access point
- Define a connection for the selected access point, and then
attempt to connect.
- This command is only available in the HOTSPOT
- m - Manual connection
- Enter an SSID manually.
- i - Get information
- Return the comitup version and host name for the current
Comitup is Copyright (C) 2016-2017 David Steele <firstname.lastname@example.org>
comitup(8), comitup-conf(5), comitup-web(8)