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 Namespaces

A namespace is a container for a set of identifiers. Namespaces provide a level of direction to specific identifiers and make it possible to differentiate between identifiers with the same exact name. With network namespaces, you can have different and separate instances of network interfaces and routing tables that operate separate from each other.

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