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No IP4 connectivity over bond; slaves listed as “routable” instead of “enslaved”

Bond settings: root@gentooserver /etc/systemd/network # tail -n +1 * ==> bond1.netdev <== [NetDev] Name=bond1 Kind=bond [Bond] Mode=802.3ad MIIMonitorSec=1s LACPTransmitRate=fast ...
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What can I do to enable automatic switching to a backup network when there is packet loss?

If I create a connection using network bonding (using the mode active-backup), then although automatic switching to the backup network occurs if I pull out the network cable, it does not occur when ...
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In Mint 19.1, how do I bond an ethernet and a wifi adapter?

In Mint 19.1, I can see in "Network Connections" that I can bond 2 ethernet adapters. How do I bond an ethernet adapter and a wifi one without completely disabling the GUI configuration of networks? ...
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Removing eth0 from bond0 fixes Link detected no/yes issue, but why?

On a SLES12 with 4 physical NIC, having them in a bond0. eth0 shows "Link detected: no". But if I remove eth0 from the bond0 and do an "ifup eth0", it will show "Link detected: yes" and everything ...
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systemd LACP bond mess up aggregation ID for NICs

arch linux with lts kernel systemd networkd is configured to bond two NICs into LACP trunk with smart switch (DGS-1210-28). But it fails after OS startup - only one NIC is used for bond connection. ...
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Bonding on centos only and switch without LAG enabled vs Bonding on centos and swtich with LAG enabled

I am a little confused on Bonding on Centos side and Link aggregation on netgear switch side. Would mean a lot if someone can clear it out. Using switch Netgear XS708E which does not support IEEE 802....
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Network teaming configuration

How to configure the teaming network? On our redhat machines we configured as the following the teaming network On each machine we have two links - ens1f5 and ens1f6 And we add the team0 file to ...
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Network teaming VS bonding configuration

as I am understanding we can set on Linux configuration BONDING or network teaming both approach support LAN fail over for example if on the server we have the following up link eth1 eth2 in ...
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bonding configuration when SLAVE=yes

In my network configuration I see the settings of SLAVE=yes what is mean that - SLAVE=yes # cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 DEVICE=eth0 BOOTPROTO=none ONBOOT=yes # Settings for ...
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Linux Bonding Driver Mode 0 And Fault Tolerance

I've been testing a bonded network based on Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS. The far end of the bond is a VM also running Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS. The two servers are tied together by two OpenVPN tunnels in ...
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ethtool config precedence on physical interface or bond?

If I have a physical interface that (for example) has large-receive-offload configured to 'off' and that interface is part of a mode4 bond group that has large-receive-offload set to 'on' which will ...
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system get wrong gateway when bonding

I have a physical system with Centos 6 as OS. In eth0 I set IP, gateway and netmask as below and the physical port is attached to a switch port that its VLAN is 12. DEVICE=eth0 TYPE=Ethernet ...
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I'd like to setup a bond0 interface using 2 eth devices in CentOS 7 in VirtualBox?

I would like to set up a CentOS 7.x VM inside of VirtualBox so I can experiment with bonding interfaces. How can I set up this VM so that it has the following interfaces: eth1 (private network - 192....
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How set up link aggregation (bonding) in linux mint 19

I am using network-manager. I tried bonding my two wired connections eth0 and usb0, using GUI similar to nm-connection-editor (eth0 is connected to my router and usb0 is connected to cellphone). I can ...
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Is it possible to increase Ceph throughput with multi-port NICs without LACP?

My Ceph cluster consists of 3 rather old servers storage servers, and a Netgear GS724Tv1, which does not appear to support LACP. I have already set up a separate cluster network and public network, ...
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Link Aggregation (Bonding) for bandwidth does not work when Link Aggregation Groups (LAG) set on smart switch

My question is: why does setting Link Aggregation Groups on the smart switch lower the bandwidth between two machines? I have finally achieved higher throughput (bandwidth) between two machines (...
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Linux bond with VLAN question

Do you think following configuration make sense? Does BONDTING_OPT supported in VLAN interface? I want to make sure my interface fails over when the upstream device down. ifcfg-bond0 $ cat /etc/...
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what is the advantage to configure the network ETH with UUID?

what is the advantage to configure the network with UUID? uuidgen eno093736 1b64d026-c6a6-447c-85aa-40c5d2db2c4e for example we want to configure BOND under /etc/sysconfig/network-script what is ...
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MTU setting on VLAN on bonded interface

Current set up is: em2 ---\ / --- bond0.12 \ / \ / -bond0- --- bond0.13 / \ / \ em2 ---/ \ --- bond0.14 ...
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Bonding of virtual network interfaces

Is it possible to bond virtual network interfaces? If yes, how? Bonding of physical interfaces is explained here for example: https://wiki.linuxfoundation.org/networking/bonding My situation is this:...
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Using two IP connections in parallel for resilient delivery

I have a mobile Linux server with two LTE connections to the internet, via different providers. The mobile server also acts as a router for other devices, currently using masquerading on just a ...
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How to test bond interface in active/backup mode

I have a linux machine with with 2 physical network interfaces eth0 and eth1. There is a fault-tolerance (active-backup) bond created over these two interfaces. The bond0 has assigned IP address. eth0 ...
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Having trouble understanding which IP to allocate to bond0? [closed]

I am having trouble understanding which IP to allocate to bond0 while performing NIC bonding.
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Linux bonding failover issue between two cisco switch

I have above scenario where server has bond0 interface connected to SW1 and SW2 relevant interface of server, last night somehow SW1 got rebooted and server lost eth0 connectivity but it didn't ...
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How can config bond interface down after slave interfaces has been down

I'm using Redhat 7. I tried to use bond interface but I've run into a problem. After all slave interfaces are down, bond interface is still up. Example: I have bond0 and 2 slaves for bond0: eth0, ...
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Bond eth0 and LTE Modem

My goal is to create a redundant internet connection. I have a USB-LTE Modem and a wired connection. I work on ubuntu 16.04. I can use both on their own but I want to combine them together to create ...
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Fault-tolerant Wifi-LTE system, force WiFi and LTE interfaces to use same IP

In my setup I have 2 different interfaces, one for WiFi and another for 4G/LTE. Both are USB dongles. I'm using Ubuntu 16.04 at the moment, but that can change. In my problem I need to mantain an IP ...
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In bonding, do I adjust settings (e.g. number/size of RX queues) directly on master bond interface or on slave eth interfaces?

Say that I have following bond configuration: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manual bond-master bond0 auto eth1 iface eth1 inet manual bond-master bond0 auto bond0 iface bond0 inet static address ...
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ifdown bond0:0 takes down bond0 with it?

I set up an interface alias on my bond0 interface with this file /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-bond0:0 containing this DEVICE=bond0:0 IPADDR=10.2.3.60 BOOTPROTO=static ONBOOT=yes NETMASK=255....
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CentOS bond or eth interface should have firewall rule?

There is a bond0 bond device. It consists about eth0 and eth1. Only bond0 interface has an IP address. Q: Which interface should have the iptables firewall rules (layer3)? Only bond0 or all 3 or ...
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bonding between wifi and eth

I would like to bond an eth interface with a wifi one, as a failover when I need to go free of cable (particularly at home). (This is on Debian testing) But then, trouble is, how to set the wifi ...
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Configure Bonding with DHCP

I'm trying to use bonding in active-passive mode, with 2 ethernet interfaces. I'd like the system to be always connected to the network, while there is at least one cable connected. I must be able to ...
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CentOS 7 teamed bridge network only works on single NIC

I've been trying for several days to get my server NICs teamed, and then bridged to be used on a virtualization box (KVM). I've managed to get it on the network and at least pinging google, however, ...
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Bonded *and* primary & virtual IP addresses *and* VLAN tagged

Red Hat 5 Family & Red Hat 6 Family. I haven't found documentation for anyone who has successfully set up an LACP pair, put two IP addresses on it, and then tagging the primary and Virtual IP ...
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NIC bonding using VirtualBox not working properly

I am trying to configure NIC bonding using a VirtualBox oracle environment. I enabled two network adapters from the VirtualBox interface and the machine is configured in Bridged mode. I configured the ...
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Bonding on centos

I have host that running OpenStack. For public access, there bonding (mode active/passive) on nic1 and nic2. Right now both connect at the same switch. Is it possible to connect different switch and ...
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interface bonding OpenSuse 10.2

Thanks for taking a look... I have a very old active OS, unfortunatly due to supplier issues I cannot upgrade to a newer version but I need to get Interface bonding active. The OS is OpenSUSE 10.2 ...
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RHEL Network Interface not restarting

RHEL 5.11 I run the restart command: /etc/init.d/networking restart Then it just sits there until I have to force quit: 15:09:11 # /etc/init.d/network restart Shutting down interface bond0: ...
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Bonding wired and wireless while using Network Manager

I'm running Linux Mint 17.3 on my laptop. When docked, I'm connected via Ethernet, but when I undock, I'd like not to break my ssh sessions, ongoing downloads, etc., and to use the same IP address on ...
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How bridge works on top of bond interface?

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.
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Active-backup bond of 2x mode 4 LACP bonds

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 ...
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Linux interface RX Packet Dropped with LACP and not doing loadbalacing

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....
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Bond two Internet connections of varying quality

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. ...
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Use a bond interface like a bridge

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?
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Ethernet bonding round-robin not work when 1st interface down

I'm trying to understand the bonding mode=0 (load balancing round-robin). Using eth0 & eth1, I created bond0 interface as the configuration below : root@test-env1:~# cat /etc/sysconfig/network-...
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Not permitted to add eth0 to bond0

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 ...
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Where is a teaming file that gives the runner type stored?

If you create a bond using modprobe bonding then a file is stored in /proc/net/bonding/ giving the details of the bond. Is there any equivalent file, giving the runner type, for teamd?
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Random packet loss with bonded interfaces?

I'm trying to setup a LACP bond using systemd-networkd on an arch server. When I try to ping the gateway I seem to be getting intermittent package loss which lead me to believe the LACP isn't setup ...
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What are the values for VLAN_NAME_TYPE when setting up a VLAN interface on Linux

When creating network interface files ifcfg-tttN (ttt in {eth,em,bond}) in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ on RHEL/CentOS servers, what are the different values for VLAN_NAME_TYPE and what do they ...
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configure bonding/teaming on Redhat Linux 6.4

I have configured a bonding/teaming for 2 Ethernet cards but the issue is when I hit the service network restart command I got a failed error regarding: /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-bond0 : ...