Provided by: ifupdown-ng_0.11.4~rc1-1build1_amd64
ifup - bring interfaces up
ifup [<options>...] <interfaces>
ifup is used to configure interfaces according to how they are configured in the configuration database.
-a, --auto Only match interfaces that are marked as auto. -f, --force Force configuration of the interface. This option exists for compatibility with other implementations. -h, --help Display supported options to ifquery. -i, --interfaces FILE Use FILE as the config database. -n, --no-act Show what commands would be run instead of actually running them. Useful for testing configuration changes. -v, --verbose Show what commands are being run as they are executed. -E, --executor-path PATH Look for executors in the given PATH. -I, --include PATTERN Include PATTERN when matching against the config or state database. -L, --no-lock Do not use a lockfile to serialize state changes. -S, --state-file FILE Use FILE as the state database. -V, --version Print the ifupdown-ng version and exit. -X, --exclude PATTERN Exclude PATTERN when matching against the config or state database.
ifupdown-ng.conf(5) ifdown(8) ifquery(8) interfaces(5)
Ariadne Conill <email@example.com> 2022-02-16 ifup(8)