Download e driver version 8. And it didn’t matter which port I used. When I compare the ethtool output from the two, I see that: When the system is booted with the 2. Take everything out of except the cable. But I can’t get eth0 to come back up and ethtool reports speed as “unknown”
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This appears to be some kind of kernel issue. I have narrowed down the source of the problem. I can confirm this bug with my Intel adapter on Ubuntu Find Llnux Posts by Alienated. 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:.
CONFIG_E1000: Intel(R) PRO/1000 Gigabit Ethernet support
The only difference is I am using kernel 3. Other linu subscribers Subscribe someone else. I am running Ubuntu From the freshly compiled 8. And back to the switch again: For me, this problem was resolved actually by replacing a hardware capacitor in my switch – see this comment: I’m no C expert but can I do anything to help fix it?
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I’m not sure how else to troubleshoot this myself — unless I find something more on the internet to guide me, I am be stuck! I am sorry to stir up an old thread but can you please tell me what you did to fix this issue? When you boot with 2. Last edited by jefro; at It is not cables or drivers. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_E Intel(R) PRO/ Gigabit Ethernet support
No Link partner advertised auto-negotiation: I haven’t tried to upgrade this server to 8. My adapter runs on 10 mb instead of lspci output: Swap the card out. I have gigabit speeds again with this card!
The errors on this NIC are: Yes Link partner advertised link modes: Changed in linux Ubuntu: I have tested my intermediary hardware switch, router, cables, etc as well as attempted to use ethtool to force speeds of this causes the network to not function at all, and has to be restarted. It worked fine on Gbit before upgrading OS. Michael Rooney mrooney wrote on I’ll also post this bug there and hopefully that user will subscribe here. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.