Prior to selling its soul to systemd, Arch Linux used an /etc/rc.local entry to configure networking. One of the options was a "menu" that would pause booting and display some pre-configured networking options. In Arch, the networking options were placed in an /etc/ directory.
The options could include open wireless access points and static/dynamic NICs.
The bsd.rd install option already pauses the kernel and displays a network configuration script. Would it be possible to provide a similiar option in OpenBSD? -- J. Scott Heppler