Named interfaces in KVM
This post is here for Google and as a reminder to myself.
If you want your KVM virtual machines to have predictable virtual network interface
names on the underlying host (rather than vnet0, vnet1, …) then you can use the
following syntax in the arguments to
Various people out there advocate using
virsh edit to post-fudge the XML definiton
of the VM, but humans shouldn’t ever have to do that, and if your routing and firwalling
relies on fixed interface names, much better to have them correct from the start.