`local.bridged-network`

See also: get, set

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local.bridged-network (Since 1.7.0)

Description

The name of the interface used when launch --bridged is issued.

Allowed values

Any name from multipass networks. Note validation is deferred to multipass launch.

Examples

multipass set local.bridged-network=en0

Default

<empty> ("").

This bridged network feature is only available with lxd as the driver. If you have the default qemu driver, you’re out of luck.

Does the en0 in

multipass set local.bridged-interface=en0

refer to the physical interface on the host which is enslaved to the bridge?
Also, is there some way to use an existing bridge such as br0?

Hi @quashee. Yes, you can see what networks are available to bridge with multipass networks. And you can specify the intended --network on each launch.

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