This tutorial will guide you through bonding network interfaces from within the Ubuntu 13 desktop. Bonding allows you to add fault-tolerance to your network connection or increase total throughput.
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Bonded networked interfaces allow you to either aggregate the interfaces for increased bandwidth or create higher network availability for your server.
Double network performance, balance network traffic, or add fault tolerance by bonding network interfaces together. Learn how to bond interfaces in Ubuntu 13 by reading this tutorial.
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