However it worked out of the box with out a hitch. My ethernet still isn’t working. Jun 29, Marco van Lienen. Performance moderately sucks on a dell r Jul 20, Marco van Lienen. Message 7 of If it wasn’t Ken can explain:
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I installed pci 8086 ethernet driver but I guess it was the wrong one. It did that and I rebooted still not working. It was there when I had my wirless usb plugged in. Message 7 of Jul 20, Marco pcj Lienen. Feb 17, Ken Mays.
I guess that chip is toasted as you say. On an r TX performance pci 8086 ethernet less than that of 1g ethernet most of the time. Jun 29, Ken Mays. Message 4 of Sep 13, Anonymous.
Guessing it was an accidental delete, I’ve resurrected it. Message 5 of Now when I run the troubleshooter I get a msg. Thanks so much for your help.
The PCI ID Repository
When I installed your driver I gat a msg about pci 8086 ethernet right OS then Pdi got the option to instal using reconmended settings. Message 6 of I added your quote from your previous reply to https: Mar 18, Anonymous. Jul 16, Christof Haemmerle. My ethernet still pci 8086 ethernet working. All components work properly with OpenIndiana except the 88E chip.
3.1. Supported network interface cards
Is there a driver now? RX is good, TX is poor. Feb 17, Lucas Van Pci 8086 ethernet. Manually install it if the auto install method doesn’t work. Message 10 of I really do appraiate it.
It is the Intel Management Engine Interface device. I have found old posts but the links no longer work.
I have found a dirver for the simple network controler but not sure it works. Nothing about Network under the Security Stteings.
I’ve raised the issue on illumos on freenode several times and I believe yesterday it was talked about again but so far no works pci 8086 ethernet to have gone into updating the eg driver.
It has two gigabit adapters Marvell 88E and 88E and a Realtek wireless network.
Supported network interface cards