Bond device operation successful. Please run 'network --restart' for the changes to take effect.
Incorrectly setting the MTU size will cause the DR4000 to not respond. You will need to log in to the system console and use the network --setbonding --bondif bond0 --mtu 1500 command to resolve the issue. Please verify that the switch is enabled and capable of supporting an MTU size that is equal to or larger than the value being set. Do you want to continue (yes/no) ?
In computer networking, jumbo frames are Ethernet frames with more than 1500 bytes of payload (but in some cases, jumbo frames can carry up to 9000 bytes of payload).
Many Gigabit Ethernet switches and Gigabit Ethernet network interface cards support jumbo frames. Some Fast Ethernet switches and Fast Ethernet network interface cards (NICs) also support jumbo frames.
Some computer manufacturers use 9000 bytes as the conventional limit for jumbo frame sizes. Internet Protocol (IP) subnetworks require that all hosts in a subnet have an identical MTU.
Consequently, interfaces that use a standard frame size and those that use a jumbo frame size should not be in the same subnet. To reduce the chance of interoperability issues, NICs capable of jumbo frames require special configurations to use jumbo frames. For more information, contact your Dell Support representative for assistance.
network --ping --destination <ip address> --size <number of bytes>
network --update [--bondif <bondN>] [--nwif <ethN>] [--mode < ALB | 802.3ad>] [--name < DNS name >] [--mtu <Supported MTU range 512 - 9000>] --bondif Bond interface to update. --nwif Eth interface to update. --mode Bonding mode to use. --name DNS name for the interface. --mtu Ethernet MTU to use (valid range is 512 - 9000).
For example, to update bond1 to use a different MTU parameter, run the command: network --update --bondif bond1 --mtu 5000
network --factory_reset [--auto_bonding_speed <1G|10G>] --auto_bonding_speed The speed of the device (1G or 10G) to bond on restart.
WARNING: This will reset network configuration to factory settings and will require a system reboot. Existing configuration will be lost. Do you want to continue (yes/no) [n]?yes Reboot the system using the command 'system --reboot' to complete the network factory reset.