Wireless Networks Thread, Linking two ports together in Technical; I have a FOG server (Ubuntu) installed on a CachePilot (better than its original use as an Espresson server!) and ...
24th October 2009, 07:31 PM #1
Linking two ports together
I have a FOG server (Ubuntu) installed on a CachePilot (better than its original use as an Espresson server!) and its working OK but as it has two network ports can I utilise them together to create a better speed to image the PC's. I am using a 24 port Linksys (model SRW224G4) switch between the Cachepilot and the Clients. Anyone got any ideas about how to set it up? As far as I have read on the Cisco (Linksys) site about the switch, it is capable of doing it, but most of the setting s I can see are Greek to me
24th October 2009, 08:33 PM #2
Ah, doing this is called teaming. You need to install some software. What network cards do you have? Not all network cards support teaming.
25th October 2009, 12:07 AM #3
And don't forget that the switch it connects to has to support it, and also be configured to know about. it.
*Suck eggs comes to mind for somw reason!
25th October 2009, 12:08 AM #4
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