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Link bonding / aggregation can be used to bond two ethernet adapters together so they act as one increasing performance and reliability (if one of the links go down the other might still work). Our switch can do some form of bonding of its ports (called link aggregation) and Gentoo supports link bonding (see [http://www.examplhttp://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Setup_Bonded_ethernet_adapterse.com HOWTO Setup Bonded Ethernet Adapters]).
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Link bonding / aggregation can be used to bond two ethernet adapters together so they act as one increasing performance and reliability (if one of the links go down the other might still work). Our switch can do some form of bonding of its ports (called link aggregation) and Gentoo supports link bonding (see [http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Setup_Bonded_ethernet_adapterse.com HOWTO Setup Bonded Ethernet Adapters]).
We should look into this because it can potentially increase the network speed from 1 Gbit to 2 Gbit.
We should look into this because it can potentially increase the network speed from 1 Gbit to 2 Gbit.

Revision as of 12:29, 18 June 2007

Link bonding / aggregation can be used to bond two ethernet adapters together so they act as one increasing performance and reliability (if one of the links go down the other might still work). Our switch can do some form of bonding of its ports (called link aggregation) and Gentoo supports link bonding (see HOWTO Setup Bonded Ethernet Adapters).

We should look into this because it can potentially increase the network speed from 1 Gbit to 2 Gbit.

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