Network teaming using NetworkManager keyfiles on Fedora CoreOS

Introduction NetworkManager allows connections to be defined in a configuration file known as a keyfile , which is a simple .ini-style formatted file with different key=value pairs. In Fedora CoreOS we’ve elected to use NetworkManager with keyfiles as the way to configure networking. In case you have a standard networking environment with NICs requesting DHCP then you probably won’t need to configure networking. However, if you’d like to have a static networking config or if you’d like to do something more complicated (like configure network teaming for a few interfaces) then you’ll need to create a keyfile that NetworkManager will then use to configure the interfaces on the machine. [Read More]