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Downloads for Intel® 82563 Gigabit Ethernet PHY
Some users successfully repaired it that way. Share this post Link to post. The older e driver did a poor job of driving much of the newer e PCIe hardware so I expect this will help, but I have not tested on your specific hardware to 82563b sure.
The problem manifests itself on the specified hardware – no network connectivity after several minutes from server’s startup. Just yesterday I pulled esb2/giilgal changes into my experimental gtest kernels.
That will give you more lines, not sure if it fixes your issue though. Thank you for replying! Oh, just spotted intfl there is no NAPI enabled in that build of e, but we need this functionality. Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: Install them from here: Sign In Sign Up.
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– e issues with Intel ESB2/Gilgal (EB)
Login [x] Log in using an account from: It’s amazing you picked up on that NIC configuration error! Instantly our intep file sharing gives strange TCP errors and drops connections.
Using the wrong port also wouldn’t explain the fact, that the ethX devices aren’t listed in the managed or unmanaged devices! I have tried to boot one of our servers with ee instead of e, no luck.
Posted February 22, The monitor is set for “Console: Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. Comment 2 Andy Gospodarek Comment 5 Andy Gospodarek Comment 7 Trevor Cordes Apparently, Windows just ignores the error, Linux does not. It’s using the e driver.
Intel® (ESB2/Gilgal) EB Dual-port Gigabit Ethernet Controller – Networking – Discussions
I did try the power-saving fix, which can’t hurt. Comment 8 Andy Gospodarek The first submission of the ee driver inyel added support for some hardware that didn’t previously exist — this was the best way to not disturb the e driver.
I am heading out in the next few days to try a ah, always reliable NIC if I can. Although driver versions before 7. The changes were so drastic that it was determined that Intel should split the driver into 2 versions. Am I understanding that correct?