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Old 11-16-2006, 08:54 AM   #1
mattdyke
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Question HDLC and a way to use Bonding


Hello,

Ive been searching Google the last few days looking for something that will assist me in trying to bond 2 or more HDLC(t1) cards using Linux. But i have not been so successful, i originally thought you could do it the same way as you bond 2 Ethernet cards to gather but unfortunately its not so. The reasons you cant is because of the way it bonds makes it so that they have to have a physical address.

Is there another way to do this by adding some software or anything else that may exist, or by changing the config in some way to ignore the fact that there is no mac address?

I am currently using Slackware 10.2, and i am trying to do this using 2 Lan Media Cards both of them are LMC1200P PCI/DS1

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