TFTP over bonded interface slow or inexistant

    • OMV 4.x
    • TFTP over bonded interface slow or inexistant

      Hello Team,

      First of all, thank you for everyone participating on this forum. it has been a great help since I began with my OMV installation.

      I need your help on, well the title says it all,TFTP using bonded interfaces.

      I've noticed that once I enable the bond on the server, every client that tries to connect has two different behaviours:

      1. They don't catch a lease from the DHCP
      2. They catch a lease from DHCP but transfer of files are slow or stop during transfer.


      Now if I disable the bond, with exactly the same settings, all is good.

      I'm using LACP 802.3ad bond configuration.

      Has anybody experienced this or is using bonding and pxe successfully ?

      Thanks :thumbsup:
      Chris
      CPU : CORE i7-2600 3.4Ghz
      RAM : 8Go RAM DDR3
      HDD : 4x3To WD Red
      OMV 4.1.7 Arrakis
    • tkaiser wrote:

      omv_addict wrote:

      I'm using LACP 802.3ad bond configuration
      And you expect LACP being handled properly by what exactly at this early stage?
      Great unhelpful answer Tkaiser :thumbdown: .

      Juniper switches have options that allow PXE to work even on bonded interfaces. I was wondering if anybody found a suitable configuration to have it working on Linux 'cause my switch does not offer it.

      Anyway thanks for trying to be constructive
      CPU : CORE i7-2600 3.4Ghz
      RAM : 8Go RAM DDR3
      HDD : 4x3To WD Red
      OMV 4.1.7 Arrakis