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How to reach interface alias bond0

I'am setting up an interface alias with my bond0 network. Why am I not able to ping/reach the second ip address, in this case 192.168.30.84? However I can ping the address from another server. ~# ...
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reset Ethernet bonding without rebooting

I have the following Ethernet bonding configuration: old configuration: bond0 eth0 eth1 bond1 eth2 eth3 new configuration : bond0 eth0 eth2 bond1 eth1 eth3 I have made the ...
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bonding mode4 without 802.3ad switch support

using two switches without 802.3ad support I can configure bonding mode 4? ie: server linux with 2nics: put nic1 cable on switch1, nic2 cable on switch2 and put another cable from switch1 to pc1 and ...
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what happens during nic master failover?

During NIC master failover, will the mac address of bond0 change?
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Bonding two broadband connections to serve LAN as a gateway

I need to increase the connectivity and speed of the Internet to my LAN users. These are the things I have in my hand to do so. PC with 3 NICs 1 for LAN and 2 for routers 2 broadband connections ...
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Different sites on different interfaces using link aggregation

I read about Ubuntu Bonding and how it allows to bond multiple connections to get several advantages. My requirements is this : I want two different interfaces at a time (A wifi and other Ethernet) ...
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How do I force ssh to use a second interface with higher metric?

I have a Crunchbang VM with two interfaces, eth0 and eth1, each of which connects to an OpenWRT VM (eth0 being 10.232.64.20 and eth1 being 10.232.65.20). I'm using Network Manager and DHCP. My ...
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Bonds vs. Aggregators

I'm almost to the point where I can post the solution I wound up with for my complex port bonding question. However, in reading the bonding.txt file, I see this option text: ad_select Specifies the ...
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RHEL 5 complex port bonding

The RHEL 5 documentation is good about bonding pairs of ports in various ways. The Oracle team where I work want to get more complex than that. They want an active bonded pair, with a third interface ...
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Is it possible to configure applications to use different network interfaces differently? If yes, how?

I am running scrapy on ubuntu server 13. And while it is crawling the network becomes very slow and it becomes difficult to even ssh into the system. I think I can solve the problem by having one ...
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Bonded Interface Pair Performance Difference b/w CentOS 6 and RHEL 6

I have two new dell servers, both pretty close to the same hardware. One has RHEL6 installed and one has CentOS 6 installed. I have the machines configured identically from a network-scripts, ...
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Bonding configuration on a blade server with Oracle 6.3

I'm trying to configure a mode 6 bonding on a blade server. Blade Enclosure: HP c7000 Blade Server: ProLiant BL460c G1 Redundancy part of the bond is working, I can pull out any one of the cables ...
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Identifying MaxSpeed of a Bonded Interface

I have configured Ethernet Bonding for our RHEL 6.2 Servers. Bonding is working fine but few confusion for me when I configured MRTG to monitor the bonded interface. MRTG is showing MaxSpeed of the ...
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Add another IP address to a Bonding Interface

I have a Linux network Bonding interface for two Ethernet interfaces (eth0 and eth1) $ cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-bond0 DEVICE=bond0 BOOTPROTO=static ONBOOT=yes ...
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Bond slave link up is too slow

On one of my servers I set up a bond-device consisting of an onboard network-card and an PCIe network card. (eth1 and eth5) I set up the configugration according to man ifcfg-bonding - i.e. eth1 and ...
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What are the benefits of the new teaming driver?

When compiling a 3.3 kernel, I noticed that a new driver called teaming was added to the networking system. According to the relevant commit teaming is a userspace-driven alternative to bonding. Has ...
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How can I pass module parameters for bonding driver when compiled into kernel 2.4?

I have an old 2.4 kernel based linux device using NIC Bonding. Instead of having the NIC Bonding module build as a module and modprobe'ed into the system, its compiled directly into the kernel. I'd ...
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Bonding wireless and 3g on Fedora 15

I have access to the internet through either wireless or a 3G CDMA card. Is it possible to bond both connections and join the bandiwdth and have a failover?
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802.3ad on FreeBSD and Linux using crossover cables?

I have setup a NFS server on FreeBSD 8.1, which will be serving one Linux client. Each box has a dual-port 1gig fiber card, and each box is directly connected to the other over this link. There is ...