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*SOLVED* Unraid 6.5 network settings

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Hello all,

 

After having a network cable come out of my HP gen8 microserver i discovered that i hadnt setup both ETH adapters.

I looked at the settings and tried to set up the ports as active backup.

 

current settings are as follows:

Interface eth0

eth0

Enable Bonding - Yes

Bonding Mode- Active-backup (1)

Bonding members of bond0 - eth0

Enable Bridging - Yes

network protocol - IPv4 only

IPv4 address assignment - static

 

Interface eth1

Enable bonding - Yes

Bonding Mode - Active-backup (1)

Bonding members of bond1 eth1

enable bridging - yes

IPv4

static IPv4

 

Both adapters have the Same IP address assigned.

 

Please could someone explain in simple terms what i am doing wrong here.

 

I was not able to connect to my openVPN whilst eth0 was unplugged neither could i connect to any open ports over the web via ddns.

 

Im clearly missing a trick

 

please help :o

 

Thanks in advance

 

 

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You have set up two bonds, each with a single member. Disable bonding on eth1 and add eth1 to bond0. That will create a single bond with two members.

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8 hours ago, John_M said:

You have set up two bonds, each with a single member. Disable bonding on eth1 and add eth1 to bond0. That will create a single bond with two members.

Yep you are 100% correct, I worked it out shortly after posting this ? typical really. 

 

Thanks for your help

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Can you add SOLVED to the title of your topic, it would help others with similar issues.

 

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