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Yep no problem accessing the internet This behavior is also not restricted to just the on-board NICs, I have tested hhp the on-board NICs and the 4-port cards, and every time the fourth fails. I have a vague recollection that on the other server that’s working I did have one of the 8 NICs patched in to select it when adding the Hyper-V role, which would tie in with what I’m seeing. Crucial officially introduced a series of SSD-drives etherhet.
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Drivers are the property and the responsibility of their respective manufacturers, and may also be available for free directly from manufacturers’ websites. The NIC that fails, is always the fourth to be enabled. OK, I need to do a little more testing, but it looks as though I’ve solved it. ethdrnet
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Wednesday, May 8, 8: A quick update on this The line of Haswell-compatible motherboards from Asus has been recently replenished with a new model — ZA. We’ve tried hpp 4 NICs on one of the 4 port cards, but this also did not work. I then enable each port one by one, while checking pings. OK, finally we had to swap out the 10 core processors for the 8 core variants, and this solved this issue.
Vista64 W7x64 Driver Date: After some further testing this morning the NICs are once again losing connectivity, so back to the drawing board I guess. Network facilities are backed by a separate gigabit Realtek GR controller.
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There may be a relationship problem with Hyper-V trying rthernet interact with a NIC and the driver, causing communication problems for the host. Tuesday, April 16, 5: Vista W7 Driver Date: One thing the on-board NICs and cards share is they use the same driver. Currently HP Hardware are looking at this extremely slowly, and erring towards it being an OS issue not hardware. Preliminary tests look good, and all NICs including the the virtual wthernet work as expected. So for example; I start the server and ports are working, port 4 is not.
I’m going to describe the issue as best as I can, but it’s extremely odd to say qdapter least Imagine suddenly losing all your iSCSI storage to a load of live vms!!
Now the server that was working is also displaying the same problems.
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If I only have 3 ports enabled, the problem doesn’t appear. Andrew France – http: HP Ethernet 1Gb 4-port i Adapter. If not, use tracert 4. No affiliation or endorsement is intended or implied. HP software and our Microsoft support team are concerned that this is looking like it will be passed to them, without fully being tested, and they’ll end having to sift through thousands of log files only to determine that is indeed a driver issue, in which case it will be passed back to HP Hardware These servers are to take over our current Hyper-V production cluster, and will bridge two sites, so it’s vital that these NICs are stable.