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networking

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This option allows you to define bond devices that aggregate multiple, underlying networking inter…
This option allows you to define Ethernet bridge devices that connect physical networks together
The default gateway
The default ipv6 gateway
The window size of the default gateway
Turn on this option if you want firmware for the NICs supported by the b43 module
Turn on this option if you want firmware for the Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG to be loaded automatica…
Whether to enable support for IPv6
Additional verbatim entries to be appended to /etc/hosts
This option allows you to configure Foo Over UDP and Generic UDP Encapsulation endpoints
The fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of this host
This option allows you to define Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) tunnels
Files that should be concatenated together to form /etc/hosts
The 32-bit host ID of the machine, formatted as 8 hexadecimal characters
The name of the machine
Locally defined maps of hostnames to IP addresses
The configuration for each network interface
Shell commands to be executed at the end of the network-setup systemd service
This option allows you to define macvlan interfaces which should be automatically created
The list of nameservers
The list of search paths used when resolving domain names
This option allows you to define 6-to-4 interfaces which should be automatically created
Interfaces for which to start wpa_supplicant
Whether to enable IPv6 Privacy Extensions for interfaces not configured explicitly in networking.i…
The set of NTP servers from which to synchronise
Whether to use DHCP to obtain an IP address and other configuration for all network interfaces tha…
In containers, whether to use the resolv.conf supplied by the host
Whether we should use networkd as the network configuration backend or the legacy script based sys…
Whether to assign predictable names to network interfaces
This option allows you to define vlan devices that tag packets on top of a physical interface
This option allows you to define Open vSwitches that connect physical networks together
Creating multiple WLAN interfaces on top of one physical WLAN device (NIC)
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