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If anyone else encounters the problem: Not sure if this is the information you want, but when I typed “prtconf -pv” and searched for “Ethernet”, I saw two devices. Intel may make changes to manufacturing life cycle, specifications, and product descriptions at any time, without notice. The power button will still work, but all the remaining power saving magic of acpi-support that you don’t want on a server is gone. I can report that Solaris View LQ Wiki Contributions.
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Intel® Ethernet Controller I210-AT
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I can report that Solaris Find More Posts by kebabbert. Martin’s solutions works fine – just make sure you install the back port kernel as the stable kernel linud not support the Intel I NICs: Having a problem logging in?
Downloads for Intel® Ethernet Controller I Series
Clear queue Compare 0. Don’t know if thats correct. Martin von Wittich 9, 3 31 Contact your OEM or reseller for warranty support.
Will the same driver be applicable for Sol10u11? Taxes and shipping, etc. Not sure if this is the information you want, but when I typed “prtconf -pv” and searched for “Ethernet”, I saw two devices.
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Help answer threads with 0 replies. Allows for delivery and returns. I tried the same step which you tried but didnt work and it succeeded to install but failed to attach. It has two onboard Intel NICs: Visit the following links: Intel may make changes to manufacturing life cycle, specifications, and product descriptions at any time, without notice. So you can install another NIC. Oracle says that only the i driver exists in SRU 11 and 12, that is, new patches.
Our goal is to make the ARK family of tools a valuable resource for you. Martin’s solutions works fine – just make sure you install the back port kernel as the stable kernel does not support the Intel I NICs:.
I am using Solaris 10U No such device Oinux data available ethtool eth1 Settings for eth1: No such device No data available dmesg doesn’t seem to have any interesting output from the responsible igb driver: The igb driver comes with a debug parameter, which you can set from 0 no debug info to 16 all.
Regading the Lynx Point driver, it is about serial ports. There are still ethernet problems in the “Device Driver Utility” in Solaris If it’s at limux possible to do that without manually compiling kernels or drivers, I would prefer that.