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Re: [K12OSN] Server Configuration question



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On May 7, 2009, at 11:01 PM, Joseph Bishay wrote:

Hello,

How are you doing?  I hope everyone is well.

I have a K12Linux (Fedora 10) LTSP server running quite nicely.  The
server has 3 network cards installed -- two are running as per the
default setup.  One is connected to our Internet router, the other is
linked to the bridge and serving the thin clients.

I have a second area of the Church that has thin clients and I'd like
to use that third NIC to serve those thin clients. Currently the LTSP
NIC connects to an old switch which both sets of thin clients connect
to and the switch keeps failing.  Instead of replacing the switch I'd
like to just have one set of thin clients off one NIC, the other half
off the other NIC.

I was able to do this once before with the old version of K12LTSP and
LTSP but it involved changing a bunch of files.  Is this something as
simple as adding the other NIC to the LTSP bridge and the system will
magically load? :)


Could you just connect your two networks together? Or, if you want the speed of an extra card, you could bond them and have the bonded interface connect to the ltspbr0 bridge device instead of just the one ethN card.
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