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reload /etc/config/* without reboot


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Is it possible to reload

dhcp firewall network wireless

files from /etc/config without reboot?

I'm planning to keep multiple configs and use the dipswitches for placing the config files from a dir to /etc/and reload the whole bunch.

That way I can use the dipswitches for

1. normal operation dhcpd on wlan0 and eth0 (which are bridged)

2. WiFi-router, dhcpd on wlan0 and dhclient on eth0

3. .... ?

my plan is to run /root/dipconfig/dip111.sh or dip110.sh 100.sh well you get the idea :)

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