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Old 11-22-2010, 09:15 PM
Default Bonded NIC's did not come up at boot?

I have a lenny system. My goal is to have two interfaces, 1 NIC active
and 1 NIC in standby on a second switch, so this host will have switch
& port fault tolerance.

I found and followed this guide:
and all seemed to be working correctly after restarting networking.

After reboot and issuing ifconfig, only the lo interface was listed.

Issuing "ifup bond0" brought up the bonded interface so I edited
/etc/network/interfaces and changed

auto lo
auto lo bond0
and the bonded interface now activates at boot time.

My question is, should I have needed to add bond0 to the auto line or
is there some other proper Debian-way I should adjust elsewhere?

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