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ISE NIC bonding Bond-interface 0

Hi All,

I am connecting interfaces Gi0 and Gi1 to different switches and configure Bond interface-0. I hope Bond-0 will act as management as well as runtime interface.

Can someone confirm, in case of primary interface(Gi0) failure, will bond interface continue to act for management as Gi1 does not support management??

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Re: ISE NIC bonding Bond-interface 0

Yes. Bonding supports management services.

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Re: ISE NIC bonding Bond-interface 0

Hi Vaibhav,

Regarding the concern you had about connecting your two bonded interface to different switches, I confirmed with the test team that scenario was never tested. That said, development and test teams agreed it should make no difference what switch the interfaces are plugged in to. When the primary interface in a bond fails, the secondary interface picks up all traffic that was previously handled by the primary.  It could be management or runtime, or both.

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Re: ISE NIC bonding Bond-interface 0

Yes. Bonding supports management services.

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Re: ISE NIC bonding Bond-interface 0

Hi Vaibhav,

Regarding the concern you had about connecting your two bonded interface to different switches, I confirmed with the test team that scenario was never tested. That said, development and test teams agreed it should make no difference what switch the interfaces are plugged in to. When the primary interface in a bond fails, the secondary interface picks up all traffic that was previously handled by the primary.  It could be management or runtime, or both.

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