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XenServer: What does "Create Bond" do?

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Hi there,

what more can I explain ?
I found this button but have no idea what it's for.

Thank you for any tip.
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That is for bonding multiple network interfaces for purposes of redundancy/throughput.  Be careful with bonding.  XenServer best practices say to utilize, though other Citrix products (i.e. XenDesktop) don't work well with XenServer bonding (per Citrix support).
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