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Are there any known issues teaming two single fiber NICs?

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We have no experience with this and are not confident in the information we have found so far.
Thank you
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You should have no network issues teaming fiber nics.  You may have application specific issues so we really need more information such as nic make and model and applications that will be running on the server.
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Thank you,
The application part is beyond our scope at this point - I just wanted to make sure there wasn't anything physically keeping this from being possible that we had overlooked.
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