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OT-hijacked. . .Re: [K12OSN] Solving the bandwidth bottleneck



OT:

I have two NICs in a server, one on a public IP and one on a private one 
and they are both connected to the same switch. . . is this really a 
problem?

Don't seem to be from here. . .


Doug Simpson
Technology Specialist
DeQueen Public Schools
DeQueen, AR 71832
simpsond leopards k12 ar us
Tux for President!

On Tue, 10 May 2005, R. Scott Belford wrote:

> On Tuesday 10 May 2005 09:25 am, Jim McQuillan wrote:
> > Scott,
> >
> > yes, you could connect the 2 switches to your 2 nics and split the load.
> >
> > Just make sure you don't then connect the 2 switches together.
> >
> > AND, make sure you pick different subnets for the 2 networks.
> >
> > Something like 192.168.0.x for eth0, an 192.168.1.x for eth1 would work,
> > assuming your netmask is 255.255.255.0
> 
> Glory Be.  Thanks Jim.
> 
> >
> > Although i'd be pretty surprised if you are utilizing all of the 1gbit
> > link between the server and 1 switch.  Again, assuming the switch has a
> > 1gbit port.  If not, that would be a great way to resolve your bandwidth
> > problem.
> 
> Definitely a gig switch, but with humans involved it could possibly be 
> uplinked inappropriately.  It may not even be a Gig cable.  I'll investigate 
> this, and, if it is not the issue, I'll study bandwidth vs. i/o utilization 
> to be sure that I have a valid theory.  I appreciate the insight. 
> 
> >
> > Jim McQuillan
> > jam Ltsp org
> 
> --scott
> 
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