Ethernet Bonding

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Ethernet Bonding refers to the capability of Tmedia units to use the two available VoIP Ethernet ports as a bonding pair. When the active port becomes unusable (cable disconnected, limited connectivity), the other port is used to transport Ethernet traffic.
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Ethernet Bonding enables SBC and Tmedia units to use the two Ethernet ports as a bonding pair. When the active port becomes unusable (cable disconnected, limited connectivity), the other port is used to transport Ethernet traffic.
  
  Note: Ethernet bonding can be configured on an SBC and a 7800-ctrl, but only running as Baremetal.
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  Note: Ethernet bonding can be configured on an SBC and a 7800-ctrl, but only when running these units in a Bare Metal configuration.
  
 
==Configuration==
 
==Configuration==
[[Toolpack:Configuring_Ethernet_Bonding_A|Configuring_Ethernet_Bonding]]
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To learn how to configure ethernet bonding, refer to:
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* To learn how to configure ethernet bonding for an FreeSBC or ProSBC, refer to [[TSBC-SW:WebPortal:Initial_Configuration|FreeSBC/ProSBC Initial Configuration]]
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* To learn how to configure ethernet bonding for a TMG7800, refer to [[TMG7800-CTRL-SW:WebPortal:Initial_Configuration|TMG7800 Initial Configuration]]
  
 
==Display Status==
 
==Display Status==
[[Toolpack:Ethernet_Bonding_Status_A|Ethernet Bonding Status]]
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To learn about how to view the status, refer to:
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*[[Toolpack:Ethernet_Bonding_Status_A|Ethernet Bonding Status]]

Revision as of 14:41, 26 March 2020

Ethernet Bonding enables SBC and Tmedia units to use the two Ethernet ports as a bonding pair. When the active port becomes unusable (cable disconnected, limited connectivity), the other port is used to transport Ethernet traffic.

Note: Ethernet bonding can be configured on an SBC and a 7800-ctrl, but only when running these units in a Bare Metal configuration.

Configuration

To learn how to configure ethernet bonding, refer to:

Display Status

To learn about how to view the status, refer to:

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