Centos/Redhat 7 - Team or Bond


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Centos/Redhat 7 - Team or Bond

Hello my dears,

I preparing system running linux. I found that team is advantage than bond with the option "load-balancing for LACP support" and some minor advantages.
8.3. Comparison of Network Teaming to Bonding - Red Hat Customer Portal.

But what exactly meaning of this option I don't find any article or reference.

In practical, bond is easier for configre. Please help me.
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The team driver might be a more modern design and with more features.
In practice I have always used the bond driver with IPv4 - and it works well.
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