Bridges, VLANs, Bonding On CentOS 7

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Hi,

some months ago I ran into a hassle with following, quite simple config that works on CentOS 6 and CentOS 5 extremeley well, for years. However, I have problems getting it running on CentOS 7.

,– bond0.100 — brbond0.100 -> (VMs)
eth0 (eno1 on C7) –. |
|— bond0 —-|– bond0.101 — brbond0.101 -> (VMs)
eth1 (eno2 on C7) –´ |
`– bond0.n —- brbond0.102 -> (VMs)

Any idea, what’s the difference between C5/C6 and CentOS 7?

Best,

Timo

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2 thoughts on - Bridges, VLANs, Bonding On CentOS 7

  • hi

    2015-06-11 11:10 GMT+02:00 Timo Schöler :

    wild guess, can you try naming the bridge without using ‘.’ (br100)
    else send you config file to the list

  • Very interesting. Using the ‘.’ worked under C5 and C6, does NOT for C7.

    Omitting the dot, it works. Thanks a lot!

    Timo
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