seta - set the NAT32 Auxiliary InterfaceSYNOPSIS
When invoked with no argument, seta prints the current Auxiliary Interface Number. When invoked with one argument, seta sets the current Auxiliary Interface Number to ifn.NOTES
The altered setting is not recorded. To make the setting permanent, specify the setting in the relevant Interface Configuration dialog box when NAT32 is configured. Alternatively, the command can be placed in file user.txt.
The NAT32 Auxiliary Interface is an alternate Internet-connected interface used to send and receive packets from the Internet.SEE ALSO
netcfg, setgs, setis, setgwx