Manage host interface settings in a declarative manner
A python library to configure (linux) host interfaces in a declarative manner. It is a frontend for the kernel netlink protocol using pyroute2 and aims to be as powerful as the iproute2/bridge/ethtool/tc/wireguard commands.
It was written for interface configuration on lightweight software defined linux routers without using any additional network management daemon like Network-Manager or systemd-networkd.
Can be used with deployment and automation tools like ansible since it's declarative and operates idempotent.
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