Patrick Johnmeyer

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location Missouri
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seen Mar 8 '13 at 22:22
Happily married, gainfully employed, and pleased with life in general.

Sep
10
revised Is there a method to send UDP output to one logical NIC such that it gets sent out two physical NICs on different subnets?
Incorporated comments from gravyface to further clarify the question
Sep
10
comment Is there a method to send UDP output to one logical NIC such that it gets sent out two physical NICs on different subnets?
Yes, you are describing precisely what I need. I'll update the question with your clarifications.
Sep
10
comment Is there a method to send UDP output to one logical NIC such that it gets sent out two physical NICs on different subnets?
Yes, each NIC is on a different subnet.
Sep
10
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Sep
10
revised Is there a method to send UDP output to one logical NIC such that it gets sent out two physical NICs on different subnets?
Clarified that data must be transmitted redundantly
Sep
10
comment Is there a method to send UDP output to one logical NIC such that it gets sent out two physical NICs on different subnets?
My understanding of LACP is that it offers redundancy in a failover fashion, and/or increased bandwidth by sending portions of the data out of two NICs. What I am looking for is sending the same data out of both NICs. Updating the question to clarify.
Sep
10
asked Is there a method to send UDP output to one logical NIC such that it gets sent out two physical NICs on different subnets?
Apr
30
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