I try to bond interfaces to aggregate traffic, so the only interfaces supported are:
OVPN which are totally buggy when used in bonding
or EOIP which works great
The problem is Eoip is totally static, so you have to set, on both sides, the right "ID/Peer address" combination to make it works, that's not really scalable.
If i'm not wrong, Eoip is GRE based, and PPTP is able to be bridged to an interface (for BCP for example), so which do PPTP isn't compatible with bonding?
I succeed, some times, in making OVPN bonding work, but only in IP mode, not in ethernet mode; if bonding needs ethernet like interface, why does it don't accept OVPN in ethernet mode, and worse, why do it accepts ip mode?
In fact, i would like to be able to use bonding with interface which only requires login/pwd and peer address.
Maybe should i add a feature request to get an authenticated eoip version