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 Enabled Ethernet adapter Port 4: I need to do some more checks, but starting to feel confident that we do not have an issue anymore. After some further testing this morning the NICs are once again losing connectivity, so back to the drawing board I guess. Vista W7 Driver Date: The HP Hardware team could not repro the issue in their labs, however they were using the 8 core processors as these are the only ones that are certified for Server I then enable each port one by one, while checking pings.
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The NIC that fails, is always the fourth to be enabled. Both novelties possess the factory overclocking. Wednesday, April 17, 1: It’s also stopping access from the host to the elected Yp. OK so here’s an update from this afternoons tests: Monitors can be connected through ….
Hyper-V in Server – Strange NIC issues
Tuesday, April 16, 1: I can even determine which NIC will fail. For my part I just want the two very expensive DL G7 servers to work, and we’re basically coming to the point of just asking for a full refund. I have a vague 1gbb 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. Incredible that their flagship DL G7 Server with the 10 core processor does not work with Serverand they’re not bothered to find rthernet why, but we have a solution.
HP Ethernet 1Gb 4-port 331i Adapter, list of drivers
Wednesday, April 17, I disable portsbeing mindful not to disable the port I’m currently RDPing on got tired of sitting in a cold server room! Wednesday, May 8, 8: Search for drivers by ID or device name Known devices: This behavior is also not restricted to just the on-board NICs, I have tested across the on-board NICs and the 4-port cards, and every time the fourth fails.
Imagine suddenly losing all your iSCSI storage to a load of live vms!! Thanks again Lawrence for marking one of my posts as being answered, but as of yet there is no answer to this problem. Back to the drawing board. Enabled Ethernet adapter Port 3: Make use of available links in order to select an appropriate driver, click on those links to start uploading.
The cooling system includes three mm fans. After some further testing this morning the NICs are once again losing connectivity, so back to the drawing board I guess.
We can now see both servers clearly display the issue, and is easily replicated.
HPE Ethernet 1Gb 4-port 331i Adapter
It would be interesting if anyone can confirm this. Office Office Exchange Server.
Clock frequencies in OC mode exceed those performed by the reference model and make up MHz in nominal mode, increasing to MHz on dynamic overclocking. Vista W7 Driver Date: The HP Hardware team could not repro the issue in their labs, however they were using the 8 core processors as these are the only ones that are certified for Server One thing the on-board NICs and cards share is they use the same driver. Thanks for your contribution to Windows Server Forum! The other distinctive feature of the upcoming models is their price, which is targeted to attract the customers with modest and medium financial possibilities.
This solution comes at a price though, as we’re losing 48 logical processors per server: The driver and firmware versions are exactly the same as the server that currently works. If I enable ho 4, 3, and then 2, port 2 is the one that does not ping, and so on.