I work at Red Hat but I happen to run some Ubuntu systems.
netplan for network management. I have to admit I find it easier than the
nmtui of Network Manager.
In 2020, I wrote about how to configure VLAN for libvirt virtual machines.
I’ll let you go through the 2020 article. The important thing to keep in mind is how a VM can’t connect to the host in the same VLAN in this setup. My trick was to use a second NIC.
If you want to achieve the same setup on Ubuntu it’s fairly simple(r).
network: renderer: networkd version: 2 ethernets: iftrunk: dhcp4: false match: macaddress: "aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff" set-name: iftrunk addresses: - 10.10.0.20/16 routes: - to: default via: 10.10.0.1 metric: 200 ifmgmt: dhcp4: false match: macaddress: "gg:hh:ii:jj:kk:ll" set-name: ifmgmt addresses: - 10.10.0.2/16 routes: - to: default via: 10.10.0.1 metric: 100 nameservers: addresses: [10.10.0.4] vlans: guest: id: 20 link: iftrunk addresses: [10.20.0.2/16] device: id: 40 link: iftrunk addresses: [10.40.0.2/16]
netplay apply and off you go.
The metric is needed to define which NIC gets priority to the outside world.