Well..the right way to do this is with a switch that can etherchannel
the NICs together, im not sure if Fbsd can do that..of course.
But..are you really peaking out at 100Mb/sec with your existing NFS
architechture that you need a second pipe?
If you're not, I doubt a second pipe would speed anything up.
On 10/23/06, Albert Shih <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Le 23/10/2006 à 13:09:21-0800, Jeff Mohler a écrit
> Are nic1 and nic2 on the same network?
> Are client2 and nic2 on the same network?
Yes all in same subnet, all connected on the same gigabits switch.
and all nfs traffic is in UDP.
> >Hi all
> >I've two NIC on my server.
> >Until now I just use one. I want use the second interface to increase
> >The server have only one purpose : nfsd.
> >Suppose if I do
> > nfs_nic_1 <---> client 1
> > nfs_nic_2 <---> client 2
> >well that's work but not... really because if incomming traffic from
> >client_2 pass through nic_2, all output traffic pass through nic_1.
> >How can I make the all traffic between client_2 and my server pass through
> >nic_2 ?
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