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virsh attach-device <vm-name> [--persistent] <xml-filename>

Attaches a network interface to a vRouter.

virsh attach-device vm-name [ --persistent ] xml-filename

Nonpersistent. The interface is detached during the router shutdown sequence.

vm-name
The name of the guest VM (the vRouter).
persistent

Causes the interface to remain attached to the device after the router is powered on after being shut down.

xml-filename
The name of the XML file that specifies the interface parameters.

Use this command to attach a network interface to a vRouter. If you do not use the persistent keyword, the interface is detached during the router shutdown sequence. To ensure that the interface remains attached, use the persistent keyword.