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How to configure the Link aggregation LACP mode on the Linux operating system

If port channel LACP Link aggregation is configured on the switch, do you need to configure LACP Link aggregation on Linux? How to configure LACP mode on Linux? How to verify if it is successful?

Is this considered a successful configuration?

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Fran_Garcia
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Review https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/9/html-single/configuring_and... .

You can either use nmcli or nmtui to configure bondong in the mode4 (802.3.ad / LACP mode). Once you are done, your interface should be up, and if you configure an IP address, you should be ready.

 

From the partial /proc/net/bonding/bond* output you provide it is looking good. For your next paste ensure the full output is there, as well as the output of 'ip -o link; ip -o address'

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This is my first time to learn the RH358 course. The commonly used modes of Link aggregation are roundrobin, loadbalance, and LACP, but the course only focuses on the activeback mode,

I don't know how to verify other modes

Is this screenshot okay?

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EmanuelHaine
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Hi @goodgoodtony 

In this link you can find more about the modes:
https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/7/html/networking_guide/sec-u...

Usually at the bottom at the page in your material, you'll find some reading suggestions, such as Red Hat documentation and man pages related to the subject you are studying.

You may want to take a look at these:

man teamd.conf

man nm-settings-nmcli

man nmcli-examples

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