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  • Configuring 6224 for redundancy (with load balancing) with different private wan providers

    Hi, We have different locations connected by two different WAN providers. Each site has a 6224 and two cisco routers with the WAN connections (we don’t have access to router admin). The 6224 connects to each cisco LAN port and to our LAN backbone. We would like the 6224 provide the ip gateway...

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  • Problem VLAN DHCP Server

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  • Can I create high availability (HA) with switches and network interface Card (NIC) bonding?

    What's the best way to create high availability utilizing a couple of switches and NIC bonding? I'm looking at stacking four Dell PowerConnect 6248's, then bonding two NICs on my servers and having one NIC go to one switch and the other NIC to another switch. I'm assuming if the two switches my...

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