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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 I have dual NICs (Intel 1000/MT) in my FreeBSD 5.3 Server. I would like to use both NICs to send and receive traffic for NLB. Each currently has a different IP can some one point me in the right direction so that they can act together? Thanks - -- Sean Murphy Network Technician California Institute of the Arts edu -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (MingW32) iD8DBQFCO1GCU1XvdHZC/KcRAvpFAJ9MjT+Ak3nffLaaY4AfqgvVHZtR1ACfTD/w sU3Sry8H1/BsdQj1NFNu43A= =oYTP -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----...

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    Default NLB Network Load Balance

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    I have dual NICs (Intel 1000/MT) in my FreeBSD 5.3 Server. I would like
    to use both NICs to send and receive traffic for NLB. Each currently
    has a different IP can some one point me in the right direction so that
    they can act together?

    Thanks


    - --
    Sean Murphy
    Network Technician
    California Institute of the Arts
    edu
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    Default Re: NLB Network Load Balance

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    Sean Murphy wrote:
    | I have dual NICs (Intel 1000/MT) in my FreeBSD 5.3 Server. I would like
    | to use both NICs to send and receive traffic for NLB. Each currently
    | has a different IP can some one point me in the right direction so that
    | they can act together?
    |
    | Thanks
    |
    |

    Anyone have any ideas?
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    Default Re: NLB Network Load Balance

    On Mar 21, 2005, at 2:11 PM, Sean Murphy wrote: 

    Take a look at "man ng_one2many":

    DESCRIPTION
    The one2many provides a simple mechanism for routing packets over
    several
    links in a one-to-many (and in the reverse direction, many-to-one)
    fash-
    ion. There is a single hook named one, and multiple hooks named
    many0,
    many1, etc. Packets received on any of the many hooks are
    forwarded out
    the one hook. Packets received on the one hook are forwarded out
    one or
    more of the many hooks; which hook(s) is determined by the node's
    config-
    ured transmit algorithm. Packets are not altered in any way.

    It's got some caveats...

    --
    -Chuck

    Charles Guest

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