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For a two node Linux  vcs cluster with heatbeat redundancy and shAred storage I am considering 4 NICs per  Linux server.  Does it sound ok as  a public conn  private conn and a ashared storage need to be established with redundancy
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Chakravarthi Ayyala earned 2000 total points
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You need 6 then and after bonding you will get 3.
1 for Storage.
1 for Private Interconnect.
1 for Public.
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Many thanks
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