write udev rules for changing network interface name

write udev rules for changing network interface name

udev rules, write udev rules for rename network interface name in linux. here i changed second wireless card name.  change network interface name using udev rules. linux topic, linuxtopic,

Step 1:

Check card is detected or not

All available interface list
ip a

Here i have realtek usb wifi card and name is “wlx2824fffa1dcb” & MAC is 28:24:ff:fa:1d:cb

Now we write a udev rules to change interface name:

Step 2 :

Create udev rules file
cd /etc/udev/rules.d/

vi 75-wifi-interface-name-change.rules

# Add Rules
SUBSYSTEM=="net", ACTION=="add", DRIVERS=="?*", ATTR{address}=="28:24:ff:fa:1d:cb", ATTR{dev_id}=="0x0", ATTR{type}=="1", KERNEL=="w*", NAME="wireless-usb"

ATTR{address}==     →  your card mac address
KERNEL==        →  detected interface name ( wlx2824fffa1dcb ) OR  used ( w* )
NAME=        →  new interface name

Step 2:

Update udev rules
udevadm control --reload

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William Wyatt
November 26, 2018 at 5:17 PM

Interference: This is the real issue with portable impromptu networks as connections go back and forth relying upon the transmission attributes, one transmission may meddle with another and no de may catch transmissions of different hubs and can degenerate the aggregate transmission. Social networking