Bandwidth over many interfaces
james at heague.com.au
Tue Nov 26 15:59:13 EST 2002
| I believe its not much use if there is only one TCP session due to a
| ordering gotcha but I was connecting two subnets so it wasn't an issue.
Yeh, I thorta that. Whatever process is doing the load sharing would have to
keep an eye out for SYN packets & the like. Any TCP/UDP contol packets like
SYNs, ACKs etc. would need to be duplicated, one for each interface. Then
you could have one socket connection for each interface.
haven't had a chance to look at how multi-head ppp, & channel bonding handle
this, probably does something similar.
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