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Link aggregation (LACP/802.3ad) max throughput

I'm seeing some confusing behaviour regarding bonded interfaces under Linux and I'd like to throw the situation out there in hopes that someone can clear it up for me. I have two servers: Server 1 ...
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LACP with 2 NICs working when either one is down, not when both are up

I'm running into problems with getting a LACP trunk to operate properly on Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS. My setup is a single host connected with two 10 Gbe interfaces to two seperate Nexus 5548 switches, with ...
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Is is possible to put a tagged vlan on one physical interface on a Force10 S50N switch?

I servers that have a shared ethernet port for IPMI and the first NIC. They have 4-1GbE nics. I would like to bond the nics via LACP while still being able to access the IPMI over a tagged vlan only ...
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Linux bonding: 802.3ad (LACP) vs. balance-alb mode

Here's the situation. I would like to connect my Linux servers to a single network using dual link for fault tolerance and load balancing reasons. The servers have 2 or more 1-gig NICs and I plan to ...
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Does linux balance-rr (bond mode=0) work with all switches?

I'm configuring two ethernet interfaces into an aggregation group to double bandwidth, and I was wondering if bond mode=0 works for all switches? What about dumb switches that don't support LACP? Will ...
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Etherchannel between Cisco Catalyst 3548 and Linux box

We have a Cisco 3548XL switch. Fa0/1 and Fa0/2 are configured with the: port group 1 option. This gives me this: switch#show etherchannel summary Flags: d - default D - ...