LAGG (Link aggregation) on Intel 82576
Datasheet's Intel indicate that the E1G42ET network adapter supports IEEE 802.3ad (link aggregation control protocol). But when LAG is built in Linux, they use a dreiver bonding. So it's not clear what it's worth to mention that the online map supports this thing if it's done differently in the linux, or is it possible to build network adapters to work on protocol lacp? Someone can help clarify the matter.
Intel expresses support for LACP as their home-grown window diver contains a box for the tranq. I think LACP's bags for liquor configuration, and the driveway itself.
In linux bounding can work with the LACP protocol, so when the driver is loaded, we need to specify the operating mode.
Linux Driver e1000, which supports adapters intel, has no separate support for lacp. And I don't think anyone's gonna do this because the protocol's very simple, systemic resources don't take away, as such hardware support to speed up work is not required.