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  • in reply to: ospf #45486
    hilldweller
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    ok i’ll stick with the openvpn bonding for now.

    thanks fulvio.

    in reply to: force full duplex #45444
    hilldweller
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    thanks fulvio i’ll give that a go… and i presume

    echo “ethtool -s ETH00 duplex full” >> /etc/rc.local

    would get it to go on startup. 🙂

    in reply to: Bonding with lines of different capacity? #45040
    hilldweller
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    ok i see. thanks for taking the time to reply.

    in reply to: Bonding with lines of different capacity? #45038
    hilldweller
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    hi fulvio, thanks for zeroshell by the way. 🙂

    i’d like to have a round robin bond on the 100meg and 54meg, and only use the 4meg as a redundant route if the other two fail. is this possible?

    in reply to: Bonding with lines of different capacity? #45036
    hilldweller
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    apologies for bringing an old thread back to life, i’m not sure i follow the maths here, fulvio.

    i have 3 links to a site, 100meg, 54meg and 4meg. would it be worth adding the 4meg to a round robin bond or would it slow the whole thing down?

    if it would slow the links, is it possible for me to setup the 4meg link to be a redundant route in case the bond route is down?

    thanks

    john

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