So, I though perhaps a bad memory module, but no matter which 3 modules of the 4 I leave in, I get the same results. Plus, this worked fine before centos went on there, so I have a feeling it’s indicative of bigger problems. What is the process to get it included with future kernel updates? However, once you create a legacy adapter and start the machine it will immediately see it and configure it properly. Use the FAQ Luke.
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A virtual machine configured with this network adapter can use its network immediately. Also, this is server old fashion console ftw No GUI!
CentOS problem with ee driver and ES2LAN nic dropping connections – CentOS
Can anyone offer me any assistance? We do have 10G connectivity through our network, so I e1000 hoping to be able to use that. It is just a really weird problem.
A driver for this NIC is not included with all guest operating systems. I tried with a different switch with same result. Here is the info you requested: Any help would be greatly appreciated. Copy To Clipboard copy external link to clipboard copied! Upon further investigation, I found that CentOS 5. I updated the Linux kernel to 2. If you are using ESX 3. After doing a clean base install of CentOS 5. Which Intel Network interfaces do you have???
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e driver issues with SRHSH 1u Intel Server – CentOS
For more information, see Enabling Jumbo Frames on the Solaris guest operating system I have spent the last 3 days googleing for info on this problem and have not found a solution. It also leads me to believe that there are no problems with the cdntos cards. Also, I understand that this driver is somewhat new.
If You keep cenots kernel, then module must be build against its sources. Im going to lose my mind! The feature is supported starting with ESXi 5. When you add an existing ESX 2.
If I specify a static IP address, the address is assigned, but I still experience the problem, and I cannot even ping another 1e000. To compile the tools: To at least double the bandwidth? I ran a packet capture on both the test server and my workstation.
This article did not resolve my issue. I am going to use tcpdump and look at the network traffic from the box to see if anything looks unusual.
All with Intel network cards. It seems hyper-v uses hosts adapter external network. The Flexible network adapter identifies itself as a Vlance adapter when a virtual machine boots, but initializes itself and functions as either a Vlance or a VMXNET adapter, depending on which driver initializes it.
Perhaps you will update this thread first, please? Stock kernel for ventos.
Still getting experiencing the problem.