Media Flow Controller CLI Commands : bond

Configure bonding interfaces to create a port-channel, or aggregated link, for load distribution across links and for increased link availability. Use the interface <interface_name> bond command to add or delete (with no) interfaces from the bonding interfaces; see interface. See “Configuring Interfaces, Hostname, Domain List, DNS, and Default Gateway” on page 59 for task details. Note! Some mode options are not supported, see below for supported options.
bond <bonding_interface>
down-delay-time <milliseconds>
link-mon-time <milliseconds>
mode <mode_name>
up-delay-time <milliseconds>
Create the named bonding interface. Use no bond <bonding_interface> to delete. Notes:
down-delay-time—Wait this long before disabling a slave after a link failure is detected.
link-mon-time—Monitor links with this frequency.
mode—Set bonding policy; supported options are:
balance-rr—”Round robin” mode. Sends TCP/IP packets belonging to the same session across multiple links. Out-of-order TCP packets coming through different links are retransmitted; supports load balancing and failover.
balance-xor-layer3+4— Traffic to a particular network peer goes across multiple links, although packets belonging to a single connection/session do not span multiple links; supports load balancing and failover. Link selection based on TCP port + IP address.
link-agg-layer3+4—Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP). Allows the automatic negotiation of port bundling to form a single logical channel between LACP-enabled links; supports load balancing and failover.
up-delay-time—Wait this long before enabling a slave after detecting a link recovery.
show bonds [<bonding_interface>]
Display configuration information about all or the specified bonding interface.
Note! When any change is made to the Media Flow Controller delivery mechanism, including configuring bonded interfaces, you must restart the delivery service (service restart mod-delivery).

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