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  1. LACP with VLAN 802.1Q

    I found it was the installation of ifupdown2 that caused grief. I only installed it since the GUI suggested it is needed to apply networking configurations. After apt remove ifupdown2 and verifying ifenslave is already installed the vlan directives work. I believe this is what you were...
  2. LACP with VLAN 802.1Q

    The 10.10.10.0/24 subnet is used for cluster network traffic between proxmox nodes. It's what I do to isolate it from front end traffic on the 10.0.0.0/16 subnet. The proxmox gui is front facing so I use https://10.0.1.11:8006 to access the gui. I have also used additional vlans within...
  3. LACP with VLAN 802.1Q

    I should also mention that the below configuration used to work but doesn't anymore. I don't have the faintest clue why either. This morning my cluster nodes weren't seeing each other and the vlan detail above is what fixed it. The only hint I noticed was in the gui the vlan parameters where...
  4. LACP with VLAN 802.1Q

    Here's my actual running config with using bonding for 802.3ad , 802.1Q VLAN 5 and Jumbo Frames. I had to apt install ifenslave but that may not be necessary now. auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eno1 iface eno1 inet manual mtu 9000 auto enxd03745bf33e4 iface enxd03745bf33e4 inet...

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