IMO a good idea. However, you cannot create a bonding spanning ports on different switches. If your servers support switch independent load balancing (like hyper-v switch or vmware) it can be a great solution. If your servers do not support this, you should try to find a modular switch chassis...
Maybe a stupid question, but you did generate the required certificate before enabling ssh, right? The service indeed does not start on this brands switches without a generated or uploaded certificate. Have been bumping on this before...
It cancelled my order by credit card the first time also.
Workaround might be to use Paypal. If Paypal accepts your creditcard, then Newegg doesn't check if your CC is based it their country.
However, I've added my MyUS address as a secondary address in Paypal. That might have helped.
Thats true. It works when connecting each nic to a different switch. You should do this for the server and the client.
When you want the client connected to switch A with multiple nics, switch A connected to switch B with multiple links and switch B connected to the server with multiple links...
One connection can only go through one switchport. Thats why SMB multichannel sets up multiple connections for a single datatransfer and thus can scale through multiple nics. LACP however in the most defalt setting won't loadbalance the connections coming from the same IP and going to the same...
Just keep it up and stay alive! It's about making a great product or a little bit greater product.. I don't think anyone here will have the guts to complain about your effort!
Verstuurd vanaf mijn ONE A2003 met Tapatalk
Any update on this? I'm very interested!
Since a few days I'm experimenting with a setup of:
S2600CP2, dual E5-2760v1, 128MB
1*SATA SSD 960GB
40Gbit Mellanox Infiniband dual port (RDMA and dual subnet is working)
I've set it up like this:
The losing of so many IOps is enough reason for me to not touch this bios version. I'm using this for a 4 node hyperconverged storage spaces direct cluster, so every iop counts! If it was for a worksyation, I would probably settle also..
It's still very strange that a major Intel...
Thank you very much for this warning!
Did you manage to fix this? I'm still running a very old BIOS (with the slow screen buildup) and want to upgrade so I can boot from NVMe (intel 750), but I don't want to lose PCIe3-speeds!