Bonding is a feature that can be enabled bu the Linux kernel, to allow system administrators to combine two or more network interface to form a single, logical “bonded” interface, for redundancy or increased throughput purpose.
We can configure Linux bonding in 7 different modes. The behavior of the bonded interfaces depends upon the mode.
Below are the available bonding modes
- Balance-rr (mode 0)
- Active-backup (mode 1)
- Balance-xor (mode 2)
- Broadcast (mode 3)
- 802.3ad (mode 4)
- Balance-tlb (mode 5)
- Balance-alb (mode 6) Full Story