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Dan Browning wrote:
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> I think it is great that there is continued valuable developement on the
> bonding driver. Have you guys taken a look at the source code for Intel's
> new ANS driver? For any Intel network card, it will do 8-way Fast
> EtherChannel. Supposedly, it also supports failover (though even
> "bonding" driver docs used to say that was impossible because the linux
> networking subsystem didn't handle card failures gracefully enough).
>
> You can check it out at:
>
> http://support.intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/100Linux.htm
>
> Maybe some of the code will help in the "bonding" driver development. I
> much prefer bonding over Intel's ANS, because bonding is GPL and works
> with any net card. Etc. etc.

Alas, the license has the BSD documentation requirement, and thus is
incompatible with the GPL...

Jeff


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