14.5.14. Displaying Virtual Interfaces Associated with a Domain

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Running the domiflist command results in a table that displays information of all the virtual interfaces that are associated with a specified domain. The domiflist requires a domain name and optionally can take the --inactive option.
If --inactive is specified, the result will show the devices that are to be used at the next boot and will not show those that are currently running in use by the running domain.
Commands that require a MAC address of a virtual interface (such as detach-interface or domif-setlink) will accept the output displayed by this command.
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