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comment Linux NIC bonding failure; strange CPU load
The other bond rule (bond1) is through another Netgear switch (the same model as the one bond0 is connected to) and it has not caused any problems. At this point the switches cannot be replaced, although I will change the ARP target and not use the Netgear switch address. The problem is that this has happened so infrequently that only time will tell, I guess. I kind of doubt that that is the issue because if the ARP monitor was failing, would events really run away with 100% of a core?
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comment Sonicwall routing between multiple subnets on multiple interfaces
@DavidSchwartz could you please describe this in more detail? Maybe in a separate answer if it directly solves my problem?