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Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX manual

Brand: Allied Telesis, product: Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX

Type: Network Card

Total pages: 102, PDF manual size: 0.96 Mb


Chapter 4: Installing BACS on a Linux System
74
BASP Configuration for Red Hat and United Linux Distributions
This section describes the BASP Configuration for Red Hat and United
Linux 1.x based distributions. The BASP distribution includes a utility
program and several scripts for team configuration. Most of the steps are
only required after the first time installation. In the following procedure,
perform Step 2 "Modify the configuration script," whenever you change the
team configuration.
Since Linux distributions do not automatically load drivers for network
devices unless the device is configured with an IP address, you must
manually configure a network-script file for all of the physical adapters that
will be team members. Network script files are located under /etc/
sysconfig/network-scripts (Red Hat) or /etc/sysconfig/network (United
Linux 1.x). The file name must be prefixed with "ifcfg-" then the physical
adapter alias. For interface eth0, you create a file with the name ifcfg-eth0
and then add the content below.
Note
To avoid failover problems when using BASP, make sure that the
spanning tree is disabled on the switch which is connected to the
network adapter.
Note
When adding 64 VLANs, the 64th VLAN must have a VLAN ID of 0
(63 VLANs are tagged and 1 VLAN is untagged).
Example:
DEVICE=eth0
BOOTPROTO=static
ONBOOT=yes
For users of other Linux distributions, follow instructions in the “BASP
Configuration and Startup for Other Linux Distributions” on page 76.
baspcfg.8 man page for baspcfg utility
Table 2. Contents of the release.txt File (Continued)
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