NIC teaming Vs Virtual Port

October 21, 2011 at 12:44:29
Specs: WIn7, 4GB
Hi, can someone generally input comment which one run better performance, Network Adapter teaming on OS level or creating virtual port on managed switch for 2-NICs Windows Server (ie; Cisco3750)? Apparently, I haven't had experience before setting failover/load balance on server. I find these 2 options that can archive my objective but just don't know which one is running better performance and which one is easier to implement and best recommended?


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October 21, 2011 at 13:06:15
This is two threads within a couple days where you come in here asking to be spoonfed information.

Nobody is going to do that here.

Even if I know all you needeto know offhand, I'm not going to just toss it at you to save you some skull sweat. I put the time in doing the research/reading to learn stuff and continue to do so every day. As do most of my least, the serious ones.

I suspect you're perfectly capable of doing your own search on the internet to find information on the technologies you're asking about which is why I gave you a place to start looking in your other thread.

Nothing has changed since my previous response to your other thread. I'm still not going to do the research and the work for you. So you're going to have to buck up and get researching for yourself.

Dont' forget to read reviews from people who have used these technologies in industry.

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How charged with punishments the scroll,
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I am the captain of my soul.

***William Henley***

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October 21, 2011 at 13:41:22
make sure you are not confusing trunking between switches with adapter teaming

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