Please sign in to comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now. Port 4, Speed 2. I don’t see the flapping issue. My hardware are blades 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.
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Share this post Link to post. If there were a way to compile a working driver for the existing NICs, it certainly would be a cheaper solution. Follow, to receive updates on this topic. I was able to identify the device by Vendor. Apologies for the inconvenience.
infel They are on the HCL for 6. Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting. Memory at b8c bit, non-prefetchable Region 1: Tobias, Same problem using 6. Intel Corporation Device f Control: Have you tried a BIOS.
Xenserver 6 and Intel EB – Networking – Discussions
That is definitely misleading when you look them up. I’m using FREE version.
Posted March 2, Memory at b8c bit, non-prefetchable Region 2: Alan Lantz Virtuoso 3, Members 9, posts. We are working on a fix.
My Dell ‘s were dropped from support when going to version 6. They show up as Intel EB and utilize the same chipset.
Intel Intel® EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller – Citrix XenServer HCL
Posted March 1, None Mar 1 I think that Citrix should make it well known in advance if something is going to fall off the HCL, but thats just me. I really hope 6. Please sign in to comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now. This is getting comparable to automobile manufacturers selling virtually identical cars under different brand names and as different models. 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.
Port 4, Speed xeserver. Or at least not yet Posted March 5, Is there any way to report this to an analysis of Citrix?
That seems a driver problem and not hardware problem, it works in 5.
Intel® 82571EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Hi, I’m using XenServer 5. It would appear they are both using the same version. I don’t see the flapping issue.