Mon, May 20, 2013 at 05:06:34PM CEST, bartosz.lis(a)p.lodz.pl wrote:
Dear "team" developers and users,
Is it possible to configure VLANs, say: VLAN2 and VLAN3 on top of team with
enslaved interfaces say eth0 and eth1, in such a way, that:
1. when only one interface is up, all the traffic goes through that interface;
2. when both interfaces are up, VLAN2 traffic goes through eth0 while VLAN3
traffic goes through VLAN3?
This (requested) behaviour is a little bit similar to the bonding mode 1 -
active/backup. The difference is that there is no single "global" active
interface, instead each VLAN has its active interface defined irrespective of
other VLANs. Looking from the side of enslaved interfeces - any given
interface is not definitely in an active or backup state, but rather, for a
group of VLANs is active while being in backup state for the other VLANs.
You can do this with current team driver + libteam versions.
essentionaly you use loadbalance runner with static balancing setup and
queue_mapping. I will prepare an example configuration for you this week
and will post it here.
[pl] Instytut Informatyki Politechniki Łódzkiej
[en] Institute of Information Technology, Lodz University of Technology
90-924 Lodz, Poland
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