The configuration of a raw IP network object is comparatively simple. The object is not associated with any particular physical network interface; the system's IP routing capability will be used to emit the specified datagram out whichever interface is required to reach the destination address contained in the header. Here is an example of configuring an IP object:
    set ipnet [new Network/IP]
    $ipnet open writeonly
    $ipnet close
The IP network object supports only the open and close methods.

Tom Henderson 2011-11-05