At least 1 GB NICs are cheap now, not that a big hardware swap isn’t a pain as well as still a time sink. I really hope 6. Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting. Intel Corporation Device f Control: They are on the HCL for 6.
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I was able to identify the device by Vendor. Intel Corporation Device f Control: Or at least not yet My hardware are xensserver servers, i do not replace the nic card I think that Citrix should make it well known in advance if something is going to fall off the HCL, but thats just me. Xenserver 6 and Intel EB Asked by rlljorge. Now what is the problem with this hardware?
I don’t see the flapping issue. They are on the HCL for 6.
Please sign in 8257eb comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now. I feel your pain. This is getting comparable to automobile manufacturers selling virtually identical cars under different brand names and as different models.
Memory at b8c bit, non-prefetchable Region 2: Hi, I’m using XenServer 5. My Dell ‘s were dropped from support when going to version 6. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Intel® 82571EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Mark this reply as best answer, if it answered your question. Have you tried a BIOS. Upvote if you found this answer helpful or inteel.
Posted March 1, Posted March 5, Port 4, Speed 2. What server is this running on? About the only things I can think of trying are disabling the vswitch and if that doesn’t help then trying to compile my own driver.
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I really hope 6. They show up as Intel EB and utilize the same chipset. Share this post Link to post. Memory at b8c bit, non-prefetchable Region 1: Alan Lantz Virtuoso 3, Members 9, posts. New install of 6.
Right, that’s not going to be an option. Posted March 6, Follow, to receive updates on this topic. Sign In feature is currently unavailable and you will not be able to post new content. This hotfix resolves the issue by setting the default MAC learning timeout to 82571db. Not that it will necessarily help, but you could try the XenServer 6.