Channel-bonding 2.2 vs 2.4?
zarquon at zarq.dhs.org
Mon Aug 6 17:46:50 EDT 2001
> 4) Someone else on the list wrote:
> From: R C <zarquon at zarq.dhs.org>
> >As you found out, the HPs don't support duplicate NATs on seperate
Arg.. This is supposed to be 'duplicate MACs'. Sorry.
> >VLANs (even states this in the manual, but I had to dig to find it).
> >At that point I borrowed the lab switch and hooked it in. Using
> >2.4.x, and 2 channels, I got about 160-170 Mbps with an Intel eepro100
> >(onboard) and an Adaptec duralan (starfire?) card. The adaptec
> >tended to hiccup and give "Something Wicked Happened!" during full
> >speed tests, but rarely pulled down below 150 Mbps.
> >Tests were done using ttcp, linux 2.4.4?, and Dell server boxes
> >(dual 500, 512MB).
> I noticed that he was using the 2.4 kernel and Scyld was still
> using 2.2. I started to wonder if there were bonding issues with
> the 2.2 kernel. I decided to take Scyld out of the equation and
> using 2 linux boxes with the 2.4.7 kernel (with a mandrake base):
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