Tonny – I may be wrong about this, but to test the cable properly, don’t you need something to reflect the signal from the other side? The issue was on their end. I’m using a cat 5e cable to connect to a gigabit router TL-WRND or directly to the internet using a pppoe connection. June 3rd, 6. OK, i will read the links.
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Board index All times are UTC. Ethernet Connection IV vendor: The issue was on their end.
If itnis, try to force Gigabit duplex and see what happens. Usually CAT5 still intle 1 Gbit up to meters. Board index All times are UTC. Is there a reason for not using the CentOS supplied ee module?
June 5th, When you yum update you will get a copy of kmod-ee that only works with 3. Never had a permanent install before only worked with portable or VM installs for the duration of school projects. This one works properly dual EB. Join Date May Beans Intel IV wired ethernet not working.
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Any help would be greatly appreciated. So when I force the system to load the driver, it gives no error but the device is still not found when I try to bringup the network interface. I tried etherrnet install ethernef latest stable version of Debian download yesterday: Intel IV wired ethernet not working Please use code tags – if you are using New Reply button – highlight text and use the button in the text box header.
The time now is ILM the model was verified on the Fujitsu specifications and also on the Windows 8 I use on another partition. Don’t g the terminal command but it did show as forcing it down on the lights on the ethernet switch so worked as advertised but didn’t fix the connection.
Timo89 In that case, please provide an answer saying that.
Only the new ee was necessary to make the card work. June 3rd, 7. Are you sure that your card is enabled on the BIOS of your computer? Select all dhcpcd eth0 eth0: I don’t know how to turn off IPv6 if that is interfering and ideally would of course like to have both. Here some commands which can show you the problem: Maximum size of packet that is copied to a new buffer on receive uint parm: However I do not see any dhcp communication in your outcome.
Ethernet Card Intel IV not recognized after yum update on CentOS 7 – CentOS
June 4th, 9. As you already did, in terminal as root: June 3rd, 1. Because the standard demands a Gigabit Ethernft connection use auto negotiation, there is no way to force it in most drivers.
I spent hours on the phone with the isp, installed a second connection to another isp and eventually found that it was the Intel IV NIC causing a problem.