This is an example of an network configuration on my OpenMediaVault server. It takes two network interfaces (eth3 and rename3) and bonds them together using LACP. On top off this bond i have created three bridges. br1 witch is for untagged traffic and. br641 and 642 for vlan tagged traffic on vlan 641 and 642 respectively. br1/br641/br642 are all attached to the host and is configured for dhcp. they can also be attached to virtual machines.
Reboot or run
systemctl restart networking.service after changes has been made.
systemctl restart networking.service on an KVM host will crash the virtual machines attached to any of the bridges forcing you to manually restart them.
This is the entire
[code language="bash"] # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # I350-T2 # bonding network interfaces eth3 and rename3 # bond-mode 4 is lacp so you must enable it on your switch too. auto bond1 iface bond1 inet manual pre-down ip -4 addr flush dev $IFACE bond-slaves eth3 rename3 bond-mode 4 bond-miimon 100 bond-downdelay 200 bond-updelay 200 bond_xmit_hash_policy layer2+3 bond_lacp_rate fast # this is the first bridge this is the untagged vlan auto br1 iface br1 inet dhcp bridge_ports bond1 bridge_stp off bridge_fd 0 bridge_maxwait 0 # This is the configuration for vlan 641 auto bond1.641 iface bond1.641 inet manual vlan-raw-device bond1 auto br641 iface br641 inet dhcp bridge_ports bond1.641 bridge_stp off bridge_fd 0 bridge_maxwait 0 # This is the configuration for vlan 642 auto bond1.642 iface bond1.642 inet manual vlan-raw-device bond1 auto br642 iface br642 inet dhcp bridge_ports bond1.642 bridge_stp off bridge_fd 0 bridge_maxwait 0 [/code]