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Date:	Fri, 16 Feb 2007 12:34:10 -0800
From:	Jay Vosburgh <>
To:	Holger Eitzenberger <>
Subject: Re: [Sk-drivers] sky2 bonding problem, 802.3ad 

Holger Eitzenberger <> wrote:

>Holger Eitzenberger <> writes:
>>  bonding: ad_tx_machine() 1210: Sent LACPDU on port 1
>>  bonding: bond_3ad_rx_indication() 2175: Received LACPDU on port 1
>>  bonding: ad_rx_machine() 1123: Rx Machine: Port=1, Last State=6, Curr
>>    State=6
>One important point I forgot about in my previous post: the host
>receives LACPDUs, but still the bond does not work.
>Also note that the other e1000 bond works happily: it is in fact the
>link which I use to configure it currently (via telnet).

	Can you send me (off list, I'm thinking) the full bonding debug
dmesg log as well as a tcpdump trace of the LACP exchange (i.e., the
case that LACPDUs are both sent and received)?  The raw tcpdump
("tcpdump -w somefile") is better than the formatted text output.

	I don't have either of the pieces of hardware you're using (the
switch or the sky2 card), so I'm hoping there will be some gleaming
nuggets of evidence in the logs.


	-Jay Vosburgh, IBM Linux Technology Center,
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