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lxc-user-nic - Create and attach a nic to another network namespace.
is a setuid-root program with which
unprivileged users may create network interfaces for use by a lxc container.
It will consult the configuration file /etc/lxc/lxc-usernet
to determine the number of interfaces which the calling user is allowed to
create, and which bridge he may attach them to. It tracks the
number of interfaces each user has created using the file
/run/lxc/nics. It ensures that the calling
user is privileged over the network namespace to which the interface
will be attached.
The process id for the task to whose network namespace the interface
should be attached.
The network interface type to attach. Currently only veth is
supported. With this type, two interfaces representing each
tunnel endpoint are created. One endpoint will be attached
to the specified bridge, while the other will be passed into
The bridge to which to attach the network interface, for
The desired interface name in the container. This will be
eth0 if unspecified.
Daniel Lezcano <firstname.lastname@example.org
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