Damon Timm damontimm wrote on Would love to put this card back to work. Take everything out of except the cable. Ethernet card reset, interrupted connections. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. I am running Ubuntu
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Note You linuz to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. I assume this is the same Bart subscribed to this bug; perhaps he will have more input on Intrepid? What is strange about this, though: When I login I am able to manually insmod the e module and bring it up.
Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. But it is working. Stable connections, consistent throughput Additional info: Michael Rooney mrooney wrote on Also, I’ve noticed when eth1 is up, I am unable to ping or do dns lookups.
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I’ve never had this many issues with an Intel based NIC. The em driver supports the following media types: I suspect maybe one of the capacitors went first around the same time I upgraded Line speed is stuck at mbit on Hardy.
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But I can’t get eth0 to come back up and ethtool reports speed as “unknown” CentOS sees this network card when I do an lspci I get: Maybe using Intel’s drivers? Board index All times are UTC.
I was thinking maybe it’s an irq conflict but I am not sure. I can’t find any reason why it should not load automatically. The default value is 0, ilnux adapters may hang with this feature being enabled.
Comment 2 Josh Boyer The kernel is Linux version 2.
The OP in the forum post has reported that a clean install of Intrepid does not fix the issue. Please submit any future bugs you may find. I may have stumbled onto a fix. When you boot with 2. Have not had the problem since. Disabling TSO is a valid workaround.
[SOLVED] Intel PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller Problem, CentOS x86_64 – CentOS
I’ve rebooted several times now and it seems like everything is all working. But it impacts throughput somewhat. Selecting an MTU larger than bytes with the ifconfig 8 utility con- figures the adapter to receive and transmit Jumbo Frames.
I have 2 of them Any help with this would be much appreciated Thanks, Last edited by Alienated; at I can confirm this bug with my Intel adapter on Ubuntu I have narrowed down the source of the problem.