ifupdown is a set of high-level scripts in Debian/Ubuntu Linux
distributions which can be used to configure network interfaces, bridges, VLAN
interfaces, bonding, and so on. You can find example configuration and usage
guides on the NetworkConfiguration page of the Debian Wiki.
debops.ifupdown is an Ansible role which wraps
ifupdown in an easy to
use, and Ansible-friendly interface. It aims to be a safe and reliable way to
let you configure network interfaces on hosts managed using Ansible. It can be
used either as a standalone role configured using role/inventory variables, or
as a dependency of another role, to provide network configuration as needed.
This role requires at least Ansible
v2.2.0. To install it, run:
ansible-galaxy install debops.ifupdown