11.2.4. Channel Bonding Interfaces
bondingkernel module and a special network interface called a channel bonding interface. Channel bonding enables two or more network interfaces to act as one, simultaneously increasing the bandwidth and providing redundancy.
bonding.txtfile in the kernel-doc package (see Section 31.9, “Additional Resources”).
220.127.116.11. Check if Bonding Kernel Module is Installed
~]#No visual output indicates the module was not running and has now been loaded. This activation will not persist across system restarts. See Section 31.7, “Persistent Module Loading” for an explanation of persistent module loading. Note that given a correct configuration file using the
modprobe --first-time bonding
BONDING_OPTSdirective, the bonding module will be loaded as required and therefore does not need to be loaded separately.
modprobe(8)man page for more command options and see Chapter 31, Working with Kernel Modules for information on loading and unloading modules.