Interface bonding is a generic term for the following:
- Link aggregation
- Link teaming
- NIC teaming
- Port channeling
The idea behind this technique is taking multiple interfaces and bundling them to increase the amount of throughput between two devices and add some redundancy. Link aggregation can use any type of interfaces (e.g., 100Mbps, 1Gbps, and 10Gbps), but all the interfaces within a bundle must have the same capacity. Such connections are used in scenarios in which you need redundancy and/or you have a high amount of . . .
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