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1 # /etc/network/interfaces
2
3 # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system
4 # and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5).
5
6 # Lines beginning with the word "auto" are used to identify the physical interfaces to be brought up
7 # when ifup is run with the -a option. (This option is used by the system boot scripts.) Physical
8 # interface names should follow the word "auto" on the same line
9
10 # Lines beginning with the word "allow-hotplug" have same effects as lines beginning with "auto".
11 # But the interface will be brought up only if connected to the network.
12
13 source /etc/network/interfaces.d/*
14
15 # The loopback network interface
16 auto lo
17 iface lo inet loopback
18
19 # iface wlan0 inet dhcp
20 # pre-up ifdown br1
21 # post-down ifup br1
22
23 # auto eth0:1
24 iface eth0:1 inet dhcp
25
26 # auto eth0:0
27 iface eth0:0 inet static
28 address 10.4.5.94
29 netmask 255.255.255.0
30 gateway 10.4.5.254
31 dns-nameservers 80.67.169.12
32
33 # auto br0
34 # allow-hotplug br0
35 iface br0 inet dhcp
36 bridge_ports eth0
37 bridge_stp off
38 bridge_maxwait 0
39 bridge_fd 0
40
41 # NOTE:
42 # an interface can't be part of 2 bridges in the mean time
43
44 # auto br1
45 iface br1 inet static
46 address 10.4.5.94
47 netmask 255.255.255.0
48 gateway 10.4.5.254
49 bridge_ports eth0
50 bridge_stp off
51 bridge_maxwait 0
52 bridge_fd 0
53 dns-nameservers 80.67.169.12