netplan-set - Man Page

write netplan YAML configuration snippets to file

Synopsis

netplan [–debug] set -h | –help

netplan [–debug] set [–root-dir=ROOT_DIR] [–origin-hint=ORIGIN_HINT] [key=value]

Description

netplan set [key=value] writes a given key/value pair or YAML subtree into a YAML file in /etc/netplan/ and validates its format.

You can specify a single value as: "[network.]ethernets.eth0.dhcp4=[1.2.3.4/24, 5.6.7.8/24]" or a full subtree as: "[network.]ethernets.eth0={dhcp4: true, dhcp6: true}".

For details of the configuration file format, see netplan(5).

Options

-h, –help

Print basic help.

–debug

Print debugging output during the process.

–root-dir

Write YAML files into this root instead of /

–origin-hint

Specify a name for the config file, e.g.: 70-netplan-set => /etc/netplan/70-netplan-set.yaml

See Also

netplan(5), netplan-get(8), netplan-dbus(8)

Authors

Lukas Märdian (lukas.maerdian@canonical.com).

Referenced By

netplan(5), netplan-dbus(8), netplan-get(8).