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SubjectRe: [PATCH v7 10/33] net: dummy - set name assign type
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Tom Gundersen <teg@jklm.no> writes:

> The result of
>
> modprobe dummy numdummies=2
>
> is to create dummy0 and dummy1, always with the same names.
>
> The result of
>
> ip link add type dummy
>
> is to create dummyX, where X depends on what came before.

Which is no different. That's exacly what happens when
"modprobe dummy numdummies=2" creates the two first interfaces.


ip link add link wwan0 name dummy0 type vlan id 2
modprobe dummy numdummies=2

ends up with dummy1 and dummy2 created by the dummy driver.

You are trying to make up differences that just aren't there.



Bjørn
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