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Write operation is happening from 1 Gigabit port instead of 10 Gigabit port in NetGear switch and its random [closed]

We have a Synology system which is connected with NetGear switch. We passed 2, 10 gigabit cables from synology to switch. We connected HP server with switch with 2, 10 gigabit port. We connected one ...
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2answers
561 views

Stacking and LAGing 4x PowerConnect 8024F's

We are constructing a new networking infrastructure to replace out 1GbE backbone and have decided upon using 4x Dell PowerConnect 8024F's as our "core" switches. As per the diagram below we have 2x ...
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246 views

Firewall: Can I use WAN load balancing to emulate link aggregation?

I have a Sonicwall NSA 3500 I'm configuring. It supports 1.5 Gbit of state-full traffic, but a single WAN port only supports 1 Gbit of traffic. The NSA series firewalls don't support link ...
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2answers
762 views

Setting up Hyper-V Server 2012 with active/active failover

I want to set up Hyper-V server according to the following: I want the Hyper-V server to, if both interfaces are up, to use the NIC connected to Switch A for storage traffic, and the NIC connected ...
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1answer
506 views

Does Bonding mode 0 works on Cisco SG100 and achieve 2GB speed for NFS?

I am planing to buy a switcher to link 2 servers each with 2 NICs (Intel Corporation I350 Gigabit Network Connection). I read that "balance-rr is the only mode were one single TCP connection can ...
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4answers
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Link bonding across multiple switches?

I've read up a little bit on bonding nics with ifenslave; what I'm having trouble understanding is whether there is special configuration needed in order to split the bonds across two switches. For ...
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Is bonding mode=5 a solution against MAC flapping?

There is two are interconnected Cisco WS-2950T. By the one GBIC port on first switch connected a first NIC of bonding interface, and by the one GBIC port on second switch connected a second NIC of ...
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2answers
485 views

Teaming on Cisco Catalyst switch

Hopefully an easy one for someone... If I'm setting up either an MPIO or Team/bond on a Windows server, does a channel group need setting up on the Cisco Catalyst switches that they're connected to? ...
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499 views

Intel 82576 Dual-Port Controller Teaming

Can I team two ports from the same controller? My scenario is that I have two switches on the same network for redundancy. I want to connect each NIC Port of a dual-port server to a separate switch ...
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1answer
530 views

Bonding NICs with Procurve 1400-24G switch

I was looking to bond two or three NICs together to increase throughput. Now, this should be straight forward if done computer to computer, but since there are 3 computers involved which require ...
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3answers
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Server-to-Switch Trunking in Procurve switch, what does this mean?

I am looking to set up switch redundancy in a new datacenter environment. IEEE 802.3ad seems to be the go-to concept on this, at least when paired with a technology that gets around the "single ...
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1answer
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VLAN across switches with teamed NIC ports

I'm having trouble configuring a VLAN across two switches (switch A is Cisco 3750G and switch be is a HP Procurve 2824) with Win2k8 R2 servers set up with teamed NIC ports and Gb1 landing on switch A ...