Network interface bonding consists in the aggregation of two or more physical network interfaces, called slaves, under one logical interface called master or bond interface. Depending on the bonding mode, such setup can be useful to achieve fault tolerance and/or load balancing. In this tutorial we will learn what the available bonding modes are and how to create a network bonding on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.
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