It worked fine on Gbit before upgrading OS. The default value is Hi Leann – at the present time, I don’t have another machine I can throw the card in easily to test a later version My adapter runs on 10 mb instead of lspci output: I have a Gbit card in my Dell.

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For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. I would mention that the original poster on UbuntuForums — who has the same card as I do — reportedly tested this both on Hardy and Intrepid and states that the problem persists. Here is some relevant I hope output: You can enable it on an em interface using ifconfig 8. Will dig some more into that.

Intel Corporation PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller, Detected Tx Unit Hang

Selecting an MTU larger than bytes with the ifconfig 8 utility configures the adapter to receive and transmit Jumbo Frames. I’m runny natty on an old dell dimension that I’ve upgraded quite a bit.

The em driver supports the following media types: Under Ifconfig, it is listed as eth1 I have disabled my onboard nvidia lan that was eth0 and shows all the correct clntroller speeds, 10Mbs, Mbs, Mbs. This bug affects 6 people. The card was detected by the system, but when the Network detected keeps disconnecting, connecting.


Penalver penalvch wrote on Michael Rooney mrooney on The identification LEDs of the adapters supported by the em driver can be controlled via the led 4 API for localization purposes. Hi thornomad, Can you actually test the newer Intrepid Ibex 8.

I am using Intel gigabit desktop pro network card with Ubuntu 8. Only use mediaopt to set the driver to full-duplex.

However, under speed and duplex it simply says Unknown! Join Date Jun Beans The default value is Intel Pro card not working I seem to be having trouble with my Pro card.

Downloads for IntelĀ® 82541 Gigabit Ethernet Controller

October 7th, 3. And back to the switch again: The default value is 0, since adapters may hang with this feature being enabled. As the problem was completely unrelated to the driver, chances are this also works with the stock driver supplied by Ubuntu.

I was assuming that the new card was eth1, but it was in fact eth2. It just seems after every reboot that it doesn’t want to come up automatically. When plugging the cable into the wall plug instead of the Linksys SD the dmesg command shows that the same unchanged driver is in fact capable to do MB: Another user on Ubuntu Forums has posted the same problem with this model http: Download e driver version 8.


I’ll also post this bug there and hopefully that user will subscribe here. This one is really stumping me.

Swapped cables, confirmed other computers getting full mbs. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. On bootup I noticed that it will not initialize this NIC but I am able to manually insert the e module and bring it up. I have now installed a Netgear prosafe 5 port Gbit switch instead of the SD Furthermore 82541ip supports TCP segmentation offload TSO on all adapters but those based on theand controller chips.