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  • Why there is a bridge concept over interface bonding?December 30

    I am confused with the network bridge concept over interface bonding. Network Bonding : used for aggregating multiple ports into one, for redundancy purpose. Network Bridge : used to bridge packets between 2 ports. Both concepts are different. But wh

  • How bridge works on top of bond interface?December 21

    I am always confused in understanding network bonding and network bridging. Bridging is different and Bonding is different , I want to know how they work together. Thanks in advance.

  • Active-backup bond of 2x mode 4 LACP bondsJanuary 15

    I have 2 switches and a server with 4 NICs. The switches are connected together with a LACP LAG. I'd like to have a situation where I'm able to survive a switch failure, also still have the ability to lose any of the links and get the benefits of inc

  • OpenVSwitch LACP bonding test setup problemsJanuary 5

    I want to test LACP bonding on ovs. I have 3 Ubuntu computer. Using 2 of them as a openvswitch and one of them as a host. The first ubuntu (call it switch1) has three NIC (2 of them usb/eth converter) 02:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Cen

  • unevenly used channel bonding in Fedora 22 January 2

    I'm playing with channel bonding in my home lab over the holidays and noticing that I'm getting an uneven distribution across the 2 bonded NICs on my Fedora 22 file server. I had intended on using an Intel Pro/1000 MT dual port for this, but a heat s

  • What happens to active TCP sessions when the active slave fails in a Linux bond (failove or LACP)?December 23

    Given an active-backup (mode 3) or 802.3ad (mode 4) type bond, when the active slave fails, is there any seamless failover for those TCP/IP connections that were active prior to and at the time of the failure? Given server A which has active TCP conn

  • Linux interface RX Packet Dropped with LACP and not doing loadbalacingDecember 23

    OS: CentOS 6.6 / 64bit / Kernel 2.6.32-504.30.3.el6.x86_64 I have bond0 interface with following configuration. Ethernet Channel Bonding Driver: v3.6.0 (September 26, 2009) Bonding Mode: IEEE 802.3ad Dynamic link aggregation Transmit Hash Policy: lay

  • Bond two Internet connection of varying qualityDecember 20

    I live in a remote part of the country, internet-wise. I utilize a satellite based internet, but it's having many problems during peak traffic times. I have researched a bit and found Ubuntu Bonding.. If I build a linux PC and connect my Satellite in

  • Use a bond interface like a bridgeDecember 18

    I was trying to set up a bridged interface in Micro Core Linux. There's no bridge available in the kernel.So now I would like to know if there's easy way to use a bond like a bridge? --------------Solutions------------- Bonding is aggregating multipl

  • Ethernet bonding round-robin not work when 1st interface downDecember 12

    I'm trying to understand the bonding mode=0 (load balancing round-robin). Using eth0 & eth1, I created bond0 interface as the configuration below : [email protected]:~# cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-bond0 DEVICE=bond0 ONBOOT=yes NM_CONTROLLED

  • Is there limit to create ling-aggregation on FreeBSD 10 by default?December 8

    I'm new using FreeBSD and one of the things that we need is two link aggregation interfaces. Looking for on Internet I found out that we can put the configuration on /etc/rc.conf. I tried to config my two interfaces but just one been up. Here my rc.c

  • Windows Server 2012 NIC Teaming vs. MPIO December 8

    This question already has an answer here: Why MPIO instead of 802.3ad Team for iSCSI 1 answer I've got a server with Windows Server 2012 R2 installed on it. 1 NIC on the server is used for management purposes and I've teamed the 3 other NICs which co

  • Do I get the exact same tcpdump output if I use bond or bridge?December 7

    I need to get the tcpdump output. I was unable to set up a bridge but I could set up a bond. Does it matter which one I use when looking at the output of a tcpdump?

  • Debian / KVM bonding and bridging NICsDecember 6

    I have a physical server with 4 NICs running Debian 8. I want to install KVM and configure guest vm's. One of the guest vm's will run the controller software to manage my network devices (ie managed switches and WAPs). How can I create a bond of two

  • Not permitted to add eth0 to bond0December 4

    I'm trying to add an interface to my bond0 but I always get the error. sudo ip link set dev eth0 master bond0 RTNETLINK answers: Operation not permitted I already tried it with sudo and with the root user neither worked. Is my command wrong. I got it

  • Install ifenslave in older busybox versionDecember 4

    I would like to bond my ethernet interfaces and as much as I know, I need ifenslave for that. I use an older busybox version so it isn't installed how can I install or update it?

  • Configure bond using mode=4 (802.3ad)November 7

    I have a Debian 8 system with two NICs I want to bond. My managed switch is already configured to link aggregate the two ports I'm using. On the linux box, I have installed ifenslave. In /etc/network/interfaces, I have: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manu

  • Debian KVM network setupNovember 5

    I have a server with 4 ethernet ports. I want to use two ports for link aggregation to be used for KVM (virtual guests). How can I go about setting this up properly? Create the link agg first then the bridge? /etc/network/interfaces auto bond0 iface

  • Does balance-alb and balance-tlb support fault-tolerance?November 5

    I've read bonding.txt file of kernel documentation, it's clear about load balance, but are balance-alb and balance-tlb really fault tolerant? --------------Solutions------------- Bonding Mode 5 (balance-tlb) works by looking at all the devices in the

  • KVM/libvirt: Guest monopolizes bridgeOctober 30

    I'm having a problem in which the first guest started on a VM host can send traffic through both of its assigned interfaces, but subsequent guests can only send traffic through one interface. My VM host setup: CentOS 6.7 (kernel 2.6.32-573.7.1.el6.x8

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