This tool will overwrite the ndis0 entry in the rc.conf file. This is not acceptable if you have your default entry in your rc.conf file and want to use the NetWork Manager for occasional configuration (i.e. if you are travelling). This is especially annoying because it makes these changes with out warning.
DesktopBSD Utilities network app also does this - which has been mentioned in the Network Manager developement forum
I guess I am mislead regarding the functionality of this tool. I was under the impression that the defaults would be preserved and that this tool is used for using something other than the default settings - but not changing the defaults.
I suppose I am used to the old fashioned way of hand editing config files or using the sysinstall tool. I didn't expect something to be making config changes that would live past a reboot
Is there going to be a notion of network profiles - I think I read about something like that in the Network Manager Forum?