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Bonding in NetworkManager/Gnome K26

Hello, Is there a way to create bonding (802.3ad link aggregation) on NIC's under Gnome/NetworkManager? I can do it in mate, I cant do it in Gnome. When done in network-scripts bonding si created but not shown in NetworkManager... :(

I think running the nm-connection-editor command will open up a more advanced network configuration interface, I've made bonds and teams in there before. However, I've come to love this tool called cockpit http://cockpit-project.org/ that makes configuring bonds and teams much easier (among other things)

dnf install cockpit cockpit-networkmanager.noarch

systemctl start cockpit

firewall-cmd --add-port=9090/tcp

rexlx1 wrote:
I think running the nm-connection-editor command will open up a more advanced network configuration interface, I've made bonds and teams in there before. However, I've come to love this tool called cockpit http://cockpit-project.org/ that makes configuring bonds and teams much easier (among other things)

dnf install cockpit cockpit-networkmanager.noarch

systemctl start cockpit

firewall-cmd --add-port=9090/tcp

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rexlx1 wrote:
I think running the nm-connection-editor command will open up a more advanced network configuration interface, I've made bonds and teams in there >before.

Thanks, it solved problem with config of bonds. Before I have had to do it via terminal. However in Gnome/Settings/Network I do not see bond interface. NICs are as they were. nm-connection-editor shows them as they are currently set (bond 802.3ad), so is terminal's ifconfig. :(

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