How do I set up an bonded network interface on an M series SMA?
On our C series ESA Ironports, we have set up a bonded interface using interfaceconfig on the CLI so that they can have a redundant failover interface.
However our new M series SMA (running AsyncOS8.0.1) do not appear to have the bond option in the interfaceconfig, only VLANs. I cannot work out how to define a failover bond on these devices, which is necessary as we have a pair of redundant switches in our datacentre.
Is there a way to achieve this? I can't find anything in the documentation about it, though surely it should work if it works on the C series?
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