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Re: [Xen-users] Link bonding problem

To: "Markus Hochholdinger" <Markus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Link bonding problem
From: "Matthew Law" <matt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2010 14:53:46 -0000
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On Fri, March 26, 2010 2:35 pm, Markus Hochholdinger wrote:
> Hello,
> Am 22.03.2010 um 13:39 Uhr schrieb "Matthew Law"
> <matt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> [..]
>> bond0 (storage and management): eth0, eth1
>> bond1 (public interface): eth2, eth3
> [..]
>> Can anybody give me some pointers as to what the issue is and how to
>> resolve it? - I currently use antispoofing with iptables and ebtables
>> which is driven by the xen scripts, so I would prefer to keep that
>> feature
>> regardless of how the bonds are handled.
> which bonding mode did you choose? I had trouble setting up a bridge ontop
> of
> an active/active bonding. There seems to be layer 2 problems. I choosed to
> use active/passive bonding instead which works fine for me.

I used mode4 (active/active) LACP as the switches supported it.  Running
under the normal linux kernel the bonding and aggregation worked fine. 
Under Xen it didn't.  I still have to address it but haven't had time to
look at it yet.

Thank you to everyone who replied -I will figure out what it is and let
the list know for reference.



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