Active-Backup Bonding Cannot be set

Active-Backup Bonding Cannot be set


Product Line:  VERDE

VERDE version: 7

Host/Server: VERDEOS

Guest/Image:N/A

Client/Workstation: N/A


 

ISSUE:  


If you are trying to configure bonding on the NICs, every time the Option 1 is selected (active-backup) and the ENTER button is pushed, verde-menu goes back to the login screen. Other bonding modes are available, but active-backup mode is not available and not functioning.

Currently, the only known workarounds are to use a Single-NIC configuration or to use Native Linux Networking instead of Open Vswitch.


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