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Old 01-22-2009, 05:38 AM   #1
gyanug
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Advanced Networking Services (ianscfg) on the Linux 2.6.x Kernels


Hi all,

I like to know whether ianscfg tool is available for 2.6.x kernel.
This tool is provided by Intel.I have used this tool till 2.4.x kernel.

This tool is used in order to ensure that the bonding of the inter-unit
ethernet links is working properly.

Now I am running 2.6.14 kernel.As per Intel's documentation ,they have given steps to install ans use on Linux 2.2.x and 2.4.0 Kernels.

If this tool is not available for 2.6.x kernel,so can anybody please tell me,which equivalent tool I can use to get same functionality.

Any kind of information would be highly appreciated.


Thanks,
Gyan
 
  


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