Well it looks like it doesn't work :--(
After much googling, it seems to be that it is supported -> as long as you
So hows about doing round-robin DNS, I reckon I'll go for that instead.
> Can anyone see a problem with intels e1000 and switch fault tolerance?
>> Can I setup SFT with two network switches with one e1000 connected to one
> and the other to, well the other switch?
> I am running around looking for a second gigaswitch at the moment [bloody
> bank-holidays] but I heard a rumour that its not supported in this config?
> [but that it works in doze]
> AFT [adaptive fault tolerance] is supported but with both nics connected
> to one switch, but when the switch goes down, well I ain't got no more
>> What I was thinking was :--
>> 1. setup AFT, i.e.: two NICS without an ipaddress and a virtual nic with
> the ip.
> 2. Instead of connecting to one switch, simply have each physical nic
> connect to one switch each, and have a switch-switch connection going on.
>> I don't see why that wouldn't work.
> Off to do some googling now.
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