LinuxUSBEthernetBonding

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Reason

Previously, 100M->1000M,
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Hardware

TL-SG108E Version 1.0:

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Install Unmanaged pro, and use it for accesing TL-SG108E, we need to configure LAG on switch(LAG1, 12, LAG2, 5,6):

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Laptop1 network linking:

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Powersync(100M/s) + D-Link(100M/s), all attaches to an usb hub, then connecting to the laptop.

USB Ethernet Rename

Following configuration should be written:

# pwd
/etc/systemd/network

# cat 10-ethusb1.link 
[Match]
MACAddress=xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

[Link]
Description=USB to Ethernet Adapter
Name=ethusb1
# cat 10-ethusb1.network 
[Match]
Name=ethusb1

[Network]
Address=192.168.0.33
# cat 30-ethusb2.link 
[Match]
MACAddress=8xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

[Link]
Description=USB to Ethernet Adapter 2
Name=ethusb2
# cat 30-ethusb2.network 
[Match]
Name=ethusb2

[Network]
Address=xxxxxxxxx

Reboot to view the configuration and examine its result via ifconfig ethusb1 and ifconfig ethusb2.

Bonding

Configure bond0:

# pwd
/etc/systemd/network
# cat bond1.network 
[Match]
Name=bond1

[Network]
BindCarrier=ethusb1 ethusb2
# cat bond1.netdev 
[NetDev]
Name=bond1
Kind=bond

[Bond]
Mode=balance-rr
# cat Management.network 
[Match]
Name=bond1

[Network]
Address=192.168.0.33/24

Now you could see bond has been configured, and the transfer speed could up to 20M/s