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ifrename - Rename network interfaces based on various static criteria

Ifrename allow the user to decide what name a network interface will have. Ifrename can use a variety of selectors to specify how interface names match the network interfaces on the system, the most common selector is the interface MAC address.
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Debian iconDebian 10.0
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Debian iconDebian 10.0 buster/maindeb30~pre9-132019-01-1252.6 kiB125 kiB
Debian iconDebian 9.0 stretch/maindeb30~pre9-12+b12017-11-1052.8 kiB122 kiB

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iftab(5)

iftab - static information about the network interfaces

ifrename(8)

ifrename - rename network interfaces based on various static criteria

Latest updates

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Debian 10.0 buster/main: Updated from 30~pre9-12+b1 to 30~pre9-13

2019-01-12
  • Call /sbin/ip instead of ifconfg in if-pre-up script. (Closes: 908886)
  • Bump debian/compat to 11.
  • Change Priority to optional.
  • Bump Standards-Version.
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Debian 10.0 buster/main: Version 30~pre9-12+b1 introduced

2017-11-10
  • Binary-only non-maintainer upload for amd64; no source changes.
  • rebuild with PIE
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Debian 9.0 stretch/main: Version 30~pre9-12+b1 introduced

2017-11-10
  • Binary-only non-maintainer upload for amd64; no source changes.
  • rebuild with PIE
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