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Old 06-17-2009, 03:59 AM   #1
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Linux Bonding driver for non- ethernet interfaces

Hi All,

I am trying to investigate if the Linux Bonding driver can be used for bonding interfaces other than Ethernet interfaces. It presently supports Ethernet only. I want to create a bond over interfaces which have Ethernet as the parent interfaces but are not Ethernet; something like a PPP/VLAN interfaces that works over Ethernet but are bonded .

Could any one please suggest if there is a standard way to achieve it. Any pointers will be of help.



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