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Setup your network for CCBootCloud

We all have set up the CCBootCloud server and clients many times but we did not get it right for the first time. So, refer to our simple layout diagram for CCBootCloud to set it up and network right at once.

You can use the following layouts as your base to setup your network for CCBootCloud.

Case 1: CCBootCloud server with just 1 NIC (Total 1.0 Gbps).

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Case 2: CCBootCloud server with 2 NICs in teaming (Total 2.0 Gbps).

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Case 3: CCBootCloud server with 4 NICs in teaming (Total 4.0 Gbps

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Case 4: CCBootCloud server with 2 switches and 4 NICs in teaming (Total 4.0 Gbps).

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Notes:

2 cables in LACP mode allows each switch user to be able to share 4.0 Gbps of bandwidth between 2 switches. DO NOT use more than 1 cable without LACP between the switches.

You can use 1 cable between the switches if you do not have a manageable switch however max usable bandwidth for clients will be 3.0 Gbps only.

Case 5: Two CCBootCloud servers with 2 switches with 4 NICs teaming on each server.

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Notes:

DO NOT use more than 1 cable without LACP between the switches.

Case 6: Two CCBootCloud servers with 2 switches with 10 Gbps NICs each server.

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Notes:

The switches should have at least 2 x 10gbps ports (can be sfp or RJ45).

Use this layout when you have more than 100 PCs in the same location.

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