I bought a 24 port switch: Bonding works by spoofing the same hardware or MAC-address on all interfaces. If you need to download linux drivers, you will be directed to a website that is outside hp customer support. Mine came with the short bracket as well as the long one. Please no shitposting or blogspam. Windows recognized the nic as an hp server nic and installed drivers. Hp nct pci express quad port gigabit server adapter.
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Thus each server has a theoretical bandwidth of 4 Gigabit. Only my onboard intel nic is listed under network adapters.
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I bought a 24 port switch: They all work fine. So you’ve actually purchased one of those chinese i3xx Intel nics? Features new levels of performance and power management in a 1gbe card for hp. It’s a lknux help for everybody, just remember to keep the formatting please. With two of those, you can have 10Gbit ethernet between two servers for Euro or Dollar.
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The official Intel drivers work fine, the MAC addresses for the cards ports are all what they should be. The problem is that 10Gbit switches are not cheap. It is a small business server based on commodity desktop hardware, not server grade yet.
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Try to be specific with lijux questions if possible. I’m again using Linux interface bonding for this purpose.
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What you are in fact doing by creating VLANs is creating four separate switches. I bought the iT4 from him actually by mistake, I meant to order the iT4 haha but I wasn’t going to send it back to China and by the time I realised my error he had already dispatched it. If you want to connect additional servers, you need a managed gigabit switch with VLAN-support and sufficient ports. I know centos is intended to be binary compatible with redhat but installing any of their nc3364t versions leads to dependency problems and a failure to install.
These hp network cards cost just euro and i even found the card for dollar on amazon. Both brand new from China. Sign up using Email and Password.
So the switch won’t be confused. The iT4 especially and it uses half the power as the NCT does. In the image I’ve attached the half-height bracket. To which port should the packet be sent? The Linux bonding kernel module has special bonding mode: