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Bonding wifi and ethernet because of dodgy ethernet connection

I do not have a direct line to my router from my server, so I've got a powerline adapter in the room which should give it a wired connection. Now lately I'm getting problems with it, it can barely ...
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Debian 802.3ad bonding: network unreachable

Situation: I have a Dell R210 II server which has 2x 1gigabit NICs. I have configured an LACP 802.3ad bonding on which the configuration is posted in attachment here. Problem is now, the bonding looks ...
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Proxmox: Packet loss on bonded NICs in LACP mode

Got a bit of a strange problem. I have a machine running Proxmox 5.3 that has among its hardware a 4 port Intel NIC card (Gigabit, PCI-e) in addition to a fifth Gigabit ethernet on the motherboard. I ...
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Network teaming configuration

How to configure the teaming network? On our redhat machines we configured as the following the teaming network On each machine we have two links - ens1f5 and ens1f6 And we add the team0 file to ...
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Network teaming VS bonding configuration

as I am understanding we can set on Linux configuration BONDING or network teaming both approach support LAN fail over for example if on the server we have the following up link eth1 eth2 in ...
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Ubuntu Bonded Networks

Is there any benefit to using a bonded network on a server setup or should I just assign 2 IP addresses to my server? From what I've noticed thus far is there is a HUGE reduction in transfer speeds.
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ifcfg-ethx file does not appear on adding a new network interface on VmWare

i want to ask that when you add an network interface on Centos 6.9 on vmware. Then why doesn't it produce a file like ifcfg-ethx in the directory /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. Do we have to create a ...
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Can SFP+ and RJ45 10Gb be bonded?

I'm looking at getting a QNAP TS-EC1680U-E3-4GE-R2 NAS. It ships with a dual port SFP+ PCIe card. I would also like to add in a dual port m.2 + 10Gb RJ45 combined card to use for SSD caching. I would ...
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Bonding connections to increase upload speed

I have a plex media server stuck on a 3 mb UP vDSL line. I thought about bonding this WAN with a different ISP LTE router 10+ mbps UP, though not steady. (It can drop to below 5 sometimes) I found ...
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Internet connection lost after creating network bonds, but restored after rebooing in “emergency mode” on a RHEL7

I am a noob at networking, please forgive me if my terminology is not technically correct. I am facing a weird problem with internet connectivity on a RHEL 7 machine after creating network bonds. tl;...
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How do I setup network bond correctly in Lubuntu?

In addition to the internal network interface, I added a USB3.0 network controller for testing purposes, will probably be replaced by an internal dual NIC or just another single NIC. I'm running ...
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Network Bonding for Stability, not Connection Strength/Speed

The Overall Concept: So, I had this nifty idea/concept for a "device" that would give you consistent access to the internet, even if your connection was constantly and frequently changing. The "...
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Can I set the bonding through dhcp for two nics connected to the same Wireless AP?

I have two NICs : wlo1 a pci nic wlxc83a35c1e40e a usb nic I plugged and ran both of them, and I got this routing table : Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask ...
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Internet bonding with 2 port ethernet PCI Card

If I have two separate Internet lines at home with 2 separate routers, can I achieve the same results with a 2 port ethernet PCI card, than I can with an actual binding device (like a lancer nca etc.)?...
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NIC Teaming on Win10 client

Ok, I'm building a new workstation for a friend and he's pushing my knowledge to set this stuff up in his house. Details: Photography workstation, the plan is to store OS, scratch space and apps on a ...
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Channel bonding on Windows

How can I configure on Windows a proxy server software (such as Squid, Wingate or CCProxy) to do channel bonding amongst multiple adapters but without needing to connect to external servers on the ...
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How do the big companies like mushroom networks/peplink get there solutions to bonded internet? Can I do that with a vps for @ Home?

I’ve been researching it for months. so far every method I tried: mlvpn, mlppp over pptp, IPsec over gre tunnels, and openvpn bonded lines have all failed, currently attempting a Golang solution for a ...
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Bonding 3 ADSL lines together to achieve higher speeds (UK)

I wonder if I can bond more than one ADSL line to increase the speed. I'm not talking about balancing! I need one connection which needs to be pretty fast (I'm not sure but I think it's on layer 4) I ...
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bonding fails on RedHat 7 while works on RedHat 6

What is the difference in bonding on Linux 7 versus Linux 6? Note than I know there is also teaming available on Linux 7, but I am specifically looking for bonding. I am doing bonding of two network ...
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Using two bonded network interfaces in Ubuntu14.04

I have 6 ethernet cards in my server. 4 of 1Gbps and 2 of 10Gbps, So I have configured all 4Gig cards as bond0 with static IP 144 and 10Gig cards as bond1 with IP 122. The problem I'm facing is that ...
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MLVPN over PPPOE's over VLAN's

I'm trying to achieve aggregation between two (or more) ADSL lines. Unfortunately I have a situation where both lines are connected to the same concentrator. I have a router/firewall on local network ...
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Unable to bond two Wi-Fi adapters

I have two mobile Wi-Fi routers (with IP 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.1.1) and two usb Wi-Fi adapters and trying to bond them into failover connection. Using OpenSUSE 12.3 in YaST I've chosen Traditional ...
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Mac OS LACP Connection Can't Ping Certain Hosts

I have a Mac OS Machine that I've set up a LACP connection with a cisco SG300. bond0: flags=8843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 options=23<RXCSUM,TXCSUM,TSO4> ...
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Is Windows 10 Software NIC Teaming now possible?

Windows Server 2012 brought with it NIC teaming of adapters by different manufacturers. I mean teaming using 1 NIC from say Intel and the other from Realtek. It has been possible to do teaming or ...
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Combining 3 AT&T U-verse modems to form 1 Aggregate Connection? [duplicate]

I need a faster internet connection. I am thinking about getting 3 AT&T U-verse modems, each providing me 18x1mbps. Is there an effective way to combine all 3 modems to form 1 aggregated ...
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Solution for channel bonding between Windows 7 and Linux?

I've been looking for a solution for channel bonding between a Windows 7 system and a Linux system. Linux seems to have the capability to bond regardless of underlying hardware. Windows seems to be ...
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Why does two servers connect the same NIC when I use bonding in Linux with mode=6?

I create a bonding interface with 3 NICs in CentOS6.3. I use mode=6, which doesn't need the hardware support of the switch. Here is the bonding file: [root@~]cat /proc/net/bonding/bond0 Ethernet ...
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systemd-networkd does not enslave interfaces on bond

I have installed systemd-210 on a server and i want to create a bond for 4 interfaces. Therefore i created a 'catch-all' .network file: /etc/systemd/networkd/10.all-interfaces-to-bond0: [Match] Name=...
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Is it possible to connect two uswitches using more than one cable?

In theory (I have not successfully tried it yet), you can bind two ethernet interfaces and make them act as one (sharing/balancing the load) in linux machines, (theoretically) doubling the speed. I ...
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Bonding 2 Internet Service Provider connections?

It's a silly question, probably, but anyway... I've got 2 Internet Service Providers: First provides a connection that runs over L2TP Second provides a Wifi connection Is there any way I can bond ...