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Bonding more than 2 nics causes connection drops

I'm running CentOS 6.5. I have 3 servers with quad 1Gb nics. I'm using bonding mode 6 (tried 0 as well) running through a cisco 4948 switch. When only two network cables are attached, no issues. If ...
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1k views

Xen 6.2 - NIC bonding - LACP or active/active?

I have 3 XenServer 6.2 machines with 4x 1Gb NICs. Would I be better served by: putting these in an LACP bond at the switch putting these in an active/active at the xen server leaving them separated? ...
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1answer
300 views

NIC Bonding/balance-rr with Dell PowerConnect 5324

I'm trying to get NIC bonding to work with balance-rr so that three NIC ports are combined, so that instead of getting 1 Gbps we get 3 Gbps. We are doing this on two servers connected to the same ...
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109 views

How to bond NIC on a virtual machine?

I'm puzzled about this process. Historically when I've setup an LACP bond on a piece of physical hardware I have to create the analogous setup on the switch. How does this work with a virtual machine ...
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535 views

Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 4 on a PowerConnect 2848 making router (ASA5505) throw ARP errors when TEAMING (different MAC addresses from same IP)

For some reason the Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 4 seems to be a little buggy OR I have not configured something correctly. I have 4 Gb NICs and I team 3 of them to make a virtual adaptor... ...
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112 views

Layer 2 Load-Balancing on redundant Architecture

Some PCs with 2 NICs are bound on 2 Switches in order to avoid a Single-Point-of-Failure (the switches are interconnected to each other too). Under which cirumstances is it possible that the PCs can ...
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Is Teaming with one Network Card possible? [closed]

If my Network Card has 4 ports can I do teaming (LBFO) ? Or I need to have two Network Cards ?
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1answer
290 views

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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573 views

NIC Teaming , Multi-Homed, Active/Passive

I'm fairly new to NIC Teaming.. So I apologize if I’m not making any sense while describing this. I’ve, of course, set up plenty of simple Active/Active NIC teams for our servers without any issues ...
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463 views

bonding NICs w/o switch

(This may not be possible, but I thought I'd ask just in case it is, as it will save a considerable amount of cash.) I'm building cluster of sorts that has one shared storage unit and two computing ...
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1answer
268 views

Ubuntu Only Utilizes One Link in 802.3ad

I am currently using an Intel PRO/1000 PT LP Quad Port Server NIC with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server 64 Bit. I installed Gnome so I have a GUI. I downloaded bmon 2.0.1 to monitor the network, and right now ...
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414 views

Intel PRO/1000 PT LP Jumbo Frames in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

I am having issues getting jumbo frames enabled in Ubuntu using an Intel PRO/1000 PT LP NIC with two bonded 1Gb lines. Following the readme that comes with the Linux driver, Ubuntu will not allow me ...
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659 views

Increase network bandwidth between 2 servers

Is it possible to increase the network bandwidth between 2 servers on Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 ? For example : Use 2 Gigabit NICs on each computer to have 2 Gigabits/sec between 2 machines ? ...
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Receive Side Scaling disabled on a NIC Team

OS: Windows 7 Pro I'm working on a HP Compaq 8000 Elite Convertible Minitower PC and I added another NIC, I configured NIC Teaming (Switch Fault Tolerance mode) and I'm getting a pop-up box that ...
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1answer
529 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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6answers
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vSphere NIC Teaming - Any reason for Active/Standby?

We're using ESXi and I'm wondering about the "NIC Teaming" options for our vSwitches. On a particular vSwitch with 2 NICs, is there any GOOD reason for configuring a NIC as Active and the other as ...
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NIC Active/Passive bonding with priority

I will configure a bond of three NIC's. I want to define which one will be first used and which NIC will be used as the second and third NIC when failover is done. Is this possible? Thanks
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Attempts at NIC teaming on Server 2008 R2 with PRO/1000 MT

I have a Dell PowerEdge 1850 server and a gigabit switch that supports nic teaming (and was configured to do so). The server has a total of four Intel PRO/1000 MT ports, which also support teaming. ...
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1answer
106 views

3 Servers, 2 Work Fine, One Has Network Issues

i have 3 servers, all relatively the same hardware/config, etc. I run some data pulls on all 3, and on 2 of them, they have 1 nic, and they work fine. On the other , there are 2 nics, and unless they ...
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3answers
435 views

Bonding with 2 NIC's and 2 reserves?

I have a server with 4 ports (2 adapters with two ports each). I want to connect two ports to the local switch and two other ports to the external switch. This local switch has an uplink to the ...
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NIC bonding with two uplinks

Is bonding the preferred way of implementing ISP redundancy? In the texts I've seen, bond device has a netmask, gateway of it's own. How can this be obtained if there are two different gateways from ...