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Sys::Virt::Interface - Represent & manage a libvirt host network interface
The "Sys::Virt::Interface" module represents a host network interface allowing configuration of IP addresses, bonding, vlans and bridges.
my $name = $iface->get_name() Returns a string with a locally unique name of the network $iface->is_active() Returns a true value if the interface is currently running my $name = $iface->get_mac() Returns a string with the hardware MAC address of the interface my $xml = $iface->get_xml_description() Returns an XML document containing a complete description of the network's configuration $iface->create() Start a network whose configuration was previously defined using the "define_network" method in Sys::Virt. $iface->undefine() Remove the configuration associated with a network previously defined with the "define_network" method in Sys::Virt. If the network is running, you probably want to use the "shutdown" or "destroy" methods instead. $iface->destroy() Immediately terminate the machine, and remove it from the virtual machine monitor. The $iface handle is invalid after this call completes and should not be used again.
This section documents constants that are used with various APIs described above LIST FILTERING The following constants are used to filter object lists Sys::Virt::Interface::LIST_ACTIVE Include interfaces that are active Sys::Virt::Interface::LIST_INACTIVE Include interfaces that are not active XML CONSTANTS The following constants are used when querying XML Sys::Virt::Interface::XML_INACTIVE Request the inactive XML, instead of the current possibly live config.
Daniel P. Berrange <email@example.com>
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