Networking Tips & Tricks: Multi-subnet, VLANs, Bonding, and More
Wed, May 17, 11:00 am PST
Stacki, as it is initially installed, will quickly install as many machines as you need with intelligent default settings. But it is rare that your environment requires default settings. You may have complex network topologies, policies about what you can and can’t do, VLANs, more subnets than you want, IPMI, bonded interfaces, and virtual machines.
In this webinar, Joe will show you how to do bonding, VLANS, talk to your IPMI, add multiple networks, and PXE boot off of those, and deal with the potential muddle DNS can be. He’ll also cover what you need to do to massage your backend networks into place – most of which can be done without a reinstall.
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