How to bond network ports?

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1.In the navigation tree of the ISM main interface, choose Clustered NAS Storage System > Device Info.
2.Expand Device Info and select a clustered NAS engine for which a network port bonding is to be configured.
3.In the function pane, choose Network > Bond Management. The Bond Management dialog box is displayed.
4.Click Add. The Add Bond dialog box is displayed.
5.In the Bond Mode drop-down list, select a bond mode.
6.In the Device List list box, select the network ports to be bound.
7.Click OK. The Result dialog box is displayed.
8.Click Close.

Other related questions:
How to delete the network port bonding?
1.In the navigation tree of the ISM main interface, choose Clustered NAS Storage System > Device Info. 2.Expand Device Info and select a clustered NAS engine for which a network port bonding is to be deleted. 3.In the function pane, choose Network > Bond Management. The Bond Management dialog box is displayed. 4.Select the network port to be deleted, click Delete. The Warning dialog box is displayed. 5.Select the I have read the warning message carefully and then click OK. The Result dialog box is displayed. 6.Click Close.

Whether the port bonding is supported for Fibre Channel host ports on OceanStor T Series storage systems
OceanStor V100R005 T series storage systems do not support the bonding of Fibre Channel host ports.

Bonding of the server NIC
For details about the NIC bonding operations, see "NIC Bonding" in Service Maintenance Manual.

Bonding of Fibre Channel host ports on OceanStor V3 storage systems
OceanStor V300R001 storage systems do not support the bonding of Fibre Channel host ports.

Bonding of optical ports on a storage device
Storage devices do not support optical port bonding.

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