On 11/10/2006 23:22, "FRLinux" <frlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/11/06, Conor Wynne <conor at discuskeeping.com> wrote:
>> The question is, does this work? I was under the impression that you could
>> only have one giga and then the other is on standy at 100Mbit? I'll google
>> for updated info.
>> Well, we haven't done it on Linux but i am guessing it should just
> work. Under FreeBSD, we got one server very happy with that setup.
> There is VLAN tagging involved as well and there is no issue here.
>> According to a few sites, Linux should just do fine :
Been reading these sites aswell, and trying to find any documented example
of using 2bit, all the examples have 100Mbit in them.
But if it works on freebsd then it should also work on linux.
This site is quite good,
and they mention using e1000's ans tg3's, so should be cool then.
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