netavark [options] command network namespace path
Netavark configures a network namespace according to a configuration read from STDIN. The configuration is JSON formatted.
Instead of reading from STDIN, read the configuration to be applied from the given file. -f - may also be used to flag reading from STDIN.
The setup command configures the given network namespace with the given configuration, creating any interfaces and firewall rules necessary.
The teardown command is the inverse of the setup command, undoing any configuration applied. Some interfaces may not be deleted (bridge interfaces, for example, will not be removed).
The configuration accepted is the same for both setup and teardown. It is JSON formatted.
Format is https://github.com/containers/podman/blob/cd7b48198c38c5028540e85dc72dd3406f4318f0/libpod/network/types/network.go#L164-L173 but we will also send a Networks array including all the network definitions (https://github.com/containers/podman/blob/cd7b48198c38c5028540e85dc72dd3406f4318f0/libpod/network/types/network.go#L32-L62) TODO: Transcribe configuration into here in a nice tabular format
netavark setup /run/user/1000/podman/netns/d11d1f9c499d
netavark -f /run/podman/828b0508ae64.conf teardown /run/podman/netns/828b0508ae64
September 2021, Originally compiled by Matt Heon firstname.lastname@example.org ⟨mailto:email@example.com⟩