Network bonding is a method by which several physical network interfaces (NICs) are bonded or merged together to form a single virtual one which behaves as it were a real one.

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Cannot ping to bond0 in ubuntu12.04 in vmware

I have been aggregated eth0 and eth1 to bond0, but i cannot ping to bond0 from the base os which is fedora-18 to the ubuntu12.04 in vmware, or also cannot ping from the another vmware os which are xp ...
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How to do bonding in ubuntu 12.04 in vmware workstation?

I followed process for bonding which is given on this site: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBonding but output is $ cat /proc/net/bonding/bond0 Ethernet Channel Bonding Driver: v3.7.1 ...
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Why bonding does not improve network speed?

I have the following content in /etc/network/interfaces on one of my server (say server1). On another server (say server2). The content of /etc/network/interfaces is similar. Except that the mac ...
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Mysterious multicast packets after bridging a bond0

I've got 2 interfaces eth0 and eth1 in a bonding (mode 4). Now I want working with kvm and let the instances communicate over a bridge br0. Now my config changes. From this...: auto eth0 iface eth0 ...
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How do I bond 2 wifi adapters in Ubuntu 13.10

Hi I want to bond 2 wifi adapters together with 802.3ad mode but I can't get it to work. I use ifenslave 2.6 and tried a lot of ways to do it. I want to bond my wifi because its slow at home and I ...
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NIC bonding mode 6 (balance-alb) only uses one NIC

OS: Ubuntu 12.04LTS bonding is in /etc/modules for automatic loading at boot The bonding configuration works in bond-mode 0 but not bond-mode 6 -- When the system boots bond0 comes up with only ...
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Vlans in Ubuntu 12.04.3 bonding are down after boot

My issue is the following: I've got two 10 GIG interfaces that i need to use in bonding - LACP - mode 4. Here is my config: mypc# cat /etc/network/interfaces auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto ...
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Setting dns-nameservers on a Bonded Network Connection

We have a server running Ubuntu 12.04 Server. There are two network interfaces on this server (eth0 and eth1), which we've bonded as bond0. DNS is not working currently.. if I ping google.com I get ...
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bonding of bond interface in ubuntu 13.04

Is it possible to bonding of bond interface? I have two NIC bonded as bond0 (balance mode) and two other NIC bonded as bond1 (balance mode). I want to create bond2 (active back-up mode) by using bond0 ...
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Multiple NIC Bonds in 12.04

I have installed Ubuntu Server 12.04 x64 on an HP Proliant DL380 G7 (dual CPUs, 24GB RAM, RAID 5 - 300GB). Clean install, nothing else is on the machine. Virtualizing this machine isn't an option or I ...
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How to control the up order of network interfaces?

I have /etc/network/interfaces as follow. Every time the system boots up, the route is wrong so the gateway is not reachable. I'd have to ifdown br0 && ifup br0 to fix the route table and make ...
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Bonding + Bridge : traffic passing through the wrong interface

I'm using Ubuntu server 12.04, on a server with 6 NICs, grouped in 2 bundles : eth0 and eth2 are bundled using bonding mode 1, under interface name bond0 which has IP [network].8 eth1, eth3, eth4 ...
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NIC Bonding on a notebook?

Hi does anyone have a flexible setup for bonding on a laptop? It's easy to setup a nic bonding for a desktop or server, but how does this work on a laptop? Is there a fast way to setup a nic on the go ...
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Can Ubuntu use multiple devices for downloading?

Let me give an example: I have one laptop, it is connected to 3 different networks all with access to internet. One device uses eth0, another uses wlan0 and a third one uses wlan1. Does Ubuntu knows ...
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How to configure eth1 to be a failsafe for eth0? [duplicate]

I need to configure eth1 to be a failsafe interface for eth0. When eth0 is down eth1 goes up and when eth0 is up eth1 goes down. I need to do this from /etc/network/interfaces.
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How to use eth1 as failsafe system for eth0?

How to configure eth1 to be a failsafe system for eth0. When eth0 is down eth1 goes up, and when eth0 is up eth1 goes down
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Network bonding isn't working correctly

Hey guys I'm having trouble setting up Ubuntu Bonding, following this guide. My interfaces file looks like this: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manual bond-master bond0 auto eth1 iface eth1 inet ...
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How to merge multiple internet connections into one

My PC has 2 wired cards. Both gigalan. It also has 2 wireless cards. One broadcom with proprietary drivers and ralink with open software (which works much better than broadcom). My cellphone can share ...