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Creating an Interface Team
In this hands-on lab, we've got to create an interface team. The host we've been provided with has three network interface cards, and it should be configured to use the two extras in a round robin manner.
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You'll need to make sure the
teamdpackage is installed to use teaming:
sudo yum install teamd
Configure the Team Interface
Create the Team Connection:
sudo nmcli con add type team con-name Team0 ifname team0
Modify the Team Connection to include the static IP and gateway:
sudo nmcli con mod Team0 ipv4.address 10.0.1.15/24 ipv4.gateway 10.0.1.1 ipv4.method manual
Add Slave Interfaces
First slave interface:
sudo nmcli con add type team-slave ifname eth1 con-name Slave1 master team0
Second slave interface:
sudo nmcli con add type team-slave ifname eth2 con-name Slave2 master team0
Verify the Team State
teamdctl team0 state
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