I’m new to systemd-networkd, and I’m trying to configure some static IPs and routing rules. I see from the clear linux guide that I should add my configurations to a file called /etc/systemd/network/70-static.network
Does the file need to be called 70-static.network? In non-Clear Linux online material about networkd, it seems like the file can be called different names like “static.network” or “20-static.network” or “10-eth0-static.network”.
Also, if I have multiple network interfaces that I need to configure, should I put all the configurations in the 70-static.network file? Or, should I make separate files for each network interface (and if so, what naming convention do I use)?