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Re: Interface description support
> I think I would prefer that attempting to set a description that
> equals an interface name is rejected, and, when attaching an interface
> after boot (ie, after interface descriptions can have been set), when
> choosing an interface disambiguator number, putative names are tested
> for conflicts against not only other interfaces' names but against
> their descriptions as well. Together, these would mean that there is
> no overlap between the set of interface names and the set of interface
OK, when you regard these "descriptions"" as "alias names", that makes sense.
You may end up with le0 and le2 being "real" le's and le1 an alias for vlan7,
but, yes, you can also make /dev/tty3 a symlink to /dev/rsd0c.
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