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Advanced Networking Concepts Applied Using Linux on IBM System z by Srivatsan Venkatesan, Tiago Nunes dos Santos, Eric Marins, Ben Louie, Lydia Parziale

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Advanced Networking Concepts Applied Using Linux on IBM System z
Understand the IBM z/VM failover conceptsBuild a practical network solution using Linux on System zConfigure routers and switches for redundancy
This IBM Redbooks publication describes some important networking concepts and industry standards that are used to support high availability on IBM System z. Some of the networking standards discussed here are VLANs, VLAN trunking, link aggregation, virtual switches, VNICs, and load-balancing.
 
We examine the various aspects of network setup and introduce the main Linux on System z networking commands and configuration files. We describe managing network interface parameters, assigning addresses to a network interface, and using the

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