[SOLVED] Management network on LACP

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  1. Rizki Rivai

    Rizki Rivai New Member

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    We tested proxmox cluster of 3 server where management interface is not lacp bonded interface. Everything seems to work. But I read in wiki https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Network_Configuration that lacp not supported for management interface.

    Here whats the wiki wrote:
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    If your switch support the LACP (IEEE 802.3ad) protocol then we recommend using the corresponding bonding mode (802.3ad). Otherwise you should generally use the active-backup mode.
    If you intend to run your cluster network on the bonding interfaces, then you have to use active-passive mode on the bonding interfaces, other modes are unsupported.

    The following bond configuration can be used as distributed/shared storage network. ...
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    Anyone can clarify this ?
     
  2. wolfgang

    wolfgang Proxmox Staff Member
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    Hi,

    what is the question?
    The cluster network is not necessarily the management network.
    Corosyc can get a problem with LACP.
    The recommendation for the cluster network is a dedicated NEtwork.
    A VLAN segment is not a dedicated network.
     
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  3. Rizki Rivai

    Rizki Rivai New Member

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    Sorry my question wasnt clear. On normal proxmox instalation management network is same with management network.

    Your answer already clarify this. Now i need to find documentation on how to move cluster network to dedicated network with minimal downtime. Thank you very much.
     
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