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Linux peer-to-peer ethernet bonding

I have two linux servers. Each have 2 ethernet ports. I connect port-to-port with straight-through ethernet cables between the 2 servers (there is no network switches involved). I want to bond the 2 ...
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storage traffic not going through Bonded interface

hi few days back i have asked a question here choosing network interface based on network purpose on my Centos server there are 4 NICs i bonded first two NICs and created bond0 with an MTU of 8600 ...
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networking - Dedicated NIC for different traffic

I have two servers which acts as a reverse proxy which accept incoming requests from internet and passes on to application servers, then responses from the application servers are then served to the ...
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MAC address allocation for channel-bonded interface

I've configured Channel-bonding (on RHEL/CentOS) with with balance-alb (mode=6) option: BONDING_OPTS="mode=balance-alb miimon=100 updelay=200 downdelay=200" which is working fine and according to ...
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Is it possible to boost my server's LAN bandwidth with two Ethernet ports?

Is it possible to boost my server's LAN bandwidth with two Ethernet ports? I have two Ethernet ports on my Dell PowerEdge SC1435 and I routed both eth0 and eth1 to my router, but for some reason I'm ...
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How do I put a bridge on top of a bonded interface?

I'm setting up a Ubuntu Server 11.10 box with multiple Ethernet interfaces that are bonded for redundancy. I'm planning to use it as a KVM host, so I'll need a network bridge. To accomplish this, I ...
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bonding driver broken on centos6?

I have a server with minimal installation of CentOS6 64bit (minimal option from the installer). The bonding driver does not seem to work correctly. The output from /proc/net/bonding/bond0 is: Bonding ...