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Linux Link Aggregation

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ihave three link of internet and iwant to put one linux front of a firewall that this three linux speard firewall such az load balance and fialover but dont close any port and protocol and only firewall have been internet what way can i use for it ?
are there any script and services do that Such as stable ?
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flow-send(1)						      General Commands Manual						      flow-send(1)

NAME
flow-send -- Transmit flow data with the NetFlow protocol. SYNOPSIS
flow-send [-h] [-d debug_level] [-m privacy_mask] [-s] [-x xmit_delay] [-V pdu_version] localip/remoteip/port DESCRIPTION
The flow-send utility is used to transmit flows in NetFlow format to a collector specified by localip/remoteip/port. OPTIONS
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Transmit all flows in the directory /flows/krc4 to the collector at 10.0.0.1 listening on port 9500. flow-cat /flows/krc4 | flow-send 0/10.0.0.1/9500 Generate a test pattern of version 7 flows and send them to a collector at 10.0.0.1 listening on port 9500. flow-gen -V7 | flow-send 0/10.0.0.1/9500 BUGS
It is not currently possible to convert between the aggregated formats (8.x) and the non aggregated formats (1,5,6,7). AUTHOR
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