Pair-bonding On Virtualized Servers, Particularly On CentOS 7

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Is anyone out there using pair-bonding on CentOS 7? I’m particularly looking at systems where one VM network port is tied to one bridge, tied to one port on the hypervisor, and one network port on the VM
tied to t he other bridge tied to th e other port on the hypervisor, for failover in a VM that can be exposed directly to the local network.

I’m also dealing with pair bonding of they hypervisor, even if the VM’s are NAT’ed, and wonder if anyone wants to share testing confgs and notes for CentOS 7. I published notes on KVM bridging, pair bonding, and even tagged VLAN’s for CentOS 5 and 6 years ago, but CentOS 7 has proven to be trickier, and I’m wondering if anyone else doing virtualization has spent cycles on this.

I think I’ve gotten the setup on the hypervisor automated, but don’t have much space or time to run tests. I’m happy to share tools and access to tools under an open source license.

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