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Old 04-18-2013, 01:05 PM   #1
Kalamram
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Wink how to bonding virtual interfaces?.


Hi,

I need to bond two virtual interfaces like tap0 and tap1.
bond0 have 2 interfaces as tap0 and tap1.

n\bond0 is on my host machine.

Similarly I have ubuntu virtuaabox VM.
In that VM also I need to create bond0 between two tap interfaces.

So, if suppose I send 100mb traffic using bond0 in host, it should receive properlly in virtual machine bond0 interface.

But, when I send the tcp stream, in host machine bond0, the packets not going through tap0 and tap1.
what is my problem.
Is anyone tried like this setup.

I know NIC bonding (eth0 and eth1 ) will work, but I need to bond virtual interfaces.

Is this correct?.

Thanks in advance.

SJK
 
  


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