Get bridge name associated to docker Network

i am creating a docker network using “docker network create –d bridge mynet”. I want to get the bridge name that is associated to this docker network.

I know i can use the “-o” to provide bridge name. ex :”docker network create –d bridge -o com.docker.network.bridge.name=mybridge mynet”. This method will work with normal bridge driver but in my case, I am using an ovs driver hence i am starting the network as “docker network create –d ovs mynet”. If i use the “-o” in case of ovs driver it does not work.

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