Re: Sunray SRSS2 network interfaces
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 20:03:52 -0700
brian lockwood wrote:
> Having got the Sunrays using the LAN for their connection on a 172.X
> address. Could I use the other card on the server as well by doing a
> utadm -A hme1.
> In other words could I have both cards on the same subnet so that I
> get better throughput?
> Brian Lockwood
I don't think that is a tested configuration. What is tested is
setting up two NICs with IPMP failover.
If you want more throughput you may want to consider gigabit.
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