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SubjectBonding gigabit cards w 2.4.20 switch question
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I'm testing bonding e1000 cards under 2.4.20 and it seems to work fine,
however: I would like to know a decent brand of switch that can support
round-robin or XOR at gigabit speeds.
Documentation/networking/bonding.txt has only 10/100 information in it.
Is there any preferred linux supporting brand?

Also, should I submit a bug report on the fact that bonding using the
ns83820.o driver causes kernel panics, or is that a known issue?


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