This post is mostly so I don’t forget how to do this. Most guides I’ve found are Terminal based and require modifying “/etc/network/interfaces”
Personally I don’t need super advanced controls – just a relatively simple way to do it via the GUI.
Inside Ubuntu there is a default tool called “nm-connection-editor” which can be started from terminal with “sudo nm-connection-editor“
There is a guide for it from the team at Red Hat that also works for Ubuntu.
Looks like this:
Much easier for me and after a quick restart of my system I now have a working LACP bond to my switch.