Ethernet Channel Bonding aka NIC Teaming on Linux Systems

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  1. zahid shaikh says:

    Hello, I am novice to Linux . Have a question about the configuration related to teaming. I have understood the configuration shown on this page . Just have a confusion related to the Master connection . The Bond0(Master) connection ip was given 192.168.246.130 . So which ip is given to BOND0 . Is it the machine’s(Server) IP on which the teaming is configured, Or how to get the IP to put in BOND0

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