After swapping CPU and mobo, I've had a lot of trouble getting networking running again. I deleted all my original bonding configs from /etc/network/interfaces and uninstalled NetworkManager.
It's now working with a dedicated line fpr the host and three unique lines for three different vlans on which my vms are bridged.
ip links output still shows a bond0 interface. I was wondering whether you could help me locate where this is coming from.
I am on Ubuntu 16.04.
/etc/network/interfaces looks like this:
iface lo inet loopback
Host interface internes Netzwerk
iface rename2 inet static
iface eno1 inet manual
iface rename4 inet manual
iface rename5 inet manual
Can anybody help me to locate and kill bond0?
Also I would really appreciate it if I could rename the interfaces. I tried it via entries in /etc/systemd/network/
As an example I did this for the rename2 nic:
Which doesn't work.
Edit: Managed to get rid of bond0 just now. A simple
ip link delete bond0.
Edit2: Well, one reboot later and an an interface has at the same time swapped names with another AND that one was renamed. Also bond0 is back again.
I think I'll pull a windows on this machine and just reinstall.