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Need to migrate stingray 9.0 to bonded network

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Need to migrate stingray 9.0 to bonded network

I have a working stingray 9.0 cluster which is installed on Debian 6.0.6

The underlying debian was installed using a single network eth0 entry and I now want to migrate this to a bonded network (bond0 instead of eth0) so that we can connect to two Cisco 3560g switches to give us better network resilience.

I know how to setup the underlying debian (install ifenslave-2.6, change /etc/network/interfaces and reboot), but is there anything within the stingray configuration that I need to modify so that it correctly handles bond0 as a basis for it's virtual interfaces instead of eth0 or does it just work with bonded networks without any changes?

Thanks

Paul

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Re: Need to migrate stingray 9.0 to bonded network

Hi Paul,

That should work fine, you shouldn't need to modify anything.

Faisal

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Re: Need to migrate stingray 9.0 to bonded network

Paul,

     I can confirm that when a bond<n> interface is configured, you can then select it from within stingray to allocation configuration to...

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Aidan.