Paul D wrote:
> Just wondering if anyone has had any experience in
> installing Intel CT/MT cards under RH Enterprise Linux
> ES3 ??
>> I have a new DELL box that was supplied with two intel
> gig ethernet cards. The server assistant install of RH
> sets up the cards, with the Teaming without any
> problems, but unfortunately I'm looking for a lean
> install of linux and not all the bloat that DELL would
> like you to have.
> DELL would only offer the option of doing the install
> myself using the RH cd's, if I wanted to take the
> option of a lean install.
>> I can get the cards to work individually, but can't
> for the life of me get the teaming to work. Seems to
> be a problem with the intel iANS driver, which is
> saying that it's not compatible with the procfg
> software, under GNOME - haven't attempted the command
> line option. All of which are the latest downloadable
> versions from the intel site.
>> Anyone had similar problems ??
Well I haven't used ANS.
You are using this driver aren't you?
Info about that is here:
Note as of kernel 2.6 you don't need intel's driver as you
can just use the standard channel bonding feature.
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