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1. Red Hat
Dear All ,
Very recently we have configured Network bonding in our Linux Server Redhat Linux 5.x.
After configuring , we restarted the network services , the link was down after that , we could not login in to the Server.
So after that , we logged in to console and tried to... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: jegaraman
2. Red Hat
I have one production system where my customized application runs.The applications require seamless network connectivity with different machines connected in LAN and WAN. As these applications are very critical, it is very much required to have a seamless network activity.The applications are... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Anjan Ganguly
3. IP Networking
First post on the forum, and my first proper project on the Paspberry Pi, so sorry if this is in the wrong place.
I am trying to turn my Pi in to a 3G/4G Bonding router. I have been researching and trying this for a week or so now. The basic plan is to have up to 6 ZTE MF823 USB... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: elliottlc
4. Red Hat
I'm running into a problem configuring bonding on an CentOS 64bit on DELL Server. I'm connecting eth0 and eth1
to a Cisco 2948 (CatOS 8.1(3)) and receiving flapping notices. The
ethernet address is that of the primary interface. I have tried
several different modes,... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: leo_ultra_leo
5. Red Hat
Does anyone know if it's possible to bond two bonds together? My situation is I have two older Cisco switches that cannot carry a LACP (bond level 4) aggregated between them, but separate aggregates can be setup on the switches themselves. In order to have redundancy of two switches I would... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: christr
6. Red Hat
I am new to linux. I have a falconstor CDP installation which runs on RHEL 5.5 (Tikanga). There is a vendor option to bond nics in either 802.3ad or round robin, I choose 802.3ad. The server is connected to a Cisco 3750 switch.
The problem is dropped packets and eth03 wont come up in the PO... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: tjcooper
7. IP Networking
Our Company is spreaded over Germany.
There are main offices an branch offices.
These offices are mostly connecte via multiple sdsl.
We build a IPSEC VPN Infrastructure using Aastaro Security Gateways appliances.
It seemed that only one VPN Connetion between to offices could be... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: mschwadorf
8. Red Hat
What is IP bonding in Linux.
What are its advantages
How to create a IP bonding in redhat Linux. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: chetansingh23
In the vio server when I do # lsattr -El hdisk*, I get a PVID. The same PVID is also seen when I put the lspv command on the vio client partition. This way Im able to confirm the lun using the PVID.
Similarly how does the vio client partition gets the virtual ethernet scsi client adapter... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: newtoaixos
10. IP Networking
I’m familiar with load balancing.. but Is it possible to actually bond multiple DSL lines together? I hear of ways to bond using MLPPP but that requires support from an ISP. Is there a way to actually bond without support from my ISP, or use say a cable modem and a DSL line together for faster... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: harley313