Bonding 2 Network Cards using GUI Redhat Ent 3

Posted on 2009-02-11
Last Modified: 2013-12-06

I have just installed Red Hat Ent for the first time, it has 2 NIC's that i need to bond, can anyone tell me how to do this using the GUI or send me to a DOC that does


Question by:ncomper
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    what do you  mean by bond ??

    do you want something internet sharing between 2 ethernet card ??
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    Author Comment

    what i have is 2 Network cards, i need them to act as 1 card for redundancy purposes, i would do this by Teaming in Windows, i was told its called bonding in Linux but that may be wrong as im totally new to Linux.
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    sorry you are right, this is my lack of knowledge

    have a look to this one

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