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====== Adding a Virtual Network Interface
`Bond` - NIC (_Network Interface Controller_) Bonding, a method to bind multiple physical network interfaces together into a single bonded channel.
Select the interface type you want to add, and click `Add`. Another dialog window will open, allowing you to edit any available settings for your chosen interface type. For information about available settings, see the respective sections of the [citetitle]_{PRODUCT} Networking{nbsp}Guide_, available at link:++http://docs.fedoraproject.org/++[]. Basic documentation is also available in xref:Installing_Using_Anaconda.adoc#sect-installation-gui-network-configuration-advanced[Editing Network Interface Configuration].
`Team` - NIC Teaming, a new implementation to aggregate links, designed to provide a small kernel driver to implement the fast handling of packet flows, and various applications to do everything else in user space.
To access the settings dialog again after you closed it, select the same interface in the list of configured interfaces and click `Configure` in the bottom right corner of the screen. To remove a virtual interface, select it in the list and click the `-` button below.
To add a virtual network interface, click the `+` button at the bottom of the interface list. A new window will open, prompting you to select one of the three available types of virtual interfaces:
`Vlan` (_Virtual LAN_) - A method to create multiple distinct broadcast domains which are mutually isolated.