Eth0 shows up in the Network connections list, but has no MAC address. In network tools, the state of the device is listed as inactive with the interface statistics all set at 0. I compiled Intel’s latest driver 8. Results 1 to 5 of 5. 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:. Any suggestions from the experts?
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Hi thornomad, Can you actually test the newer Intrepid Ibex 8.
Downloads for Intel® PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller
I’m runny natty on an old dell dimension that I’ve upgraded quite a bit. Still have to rebuild the driver with 2. Only use 85241pi to set the driver to full-duplex.
I have ordered two more NICS to try in case this one just doesn’t work. Any suggestions from the experts? But I can’t get eth0 to come back up and ethtool reports speed as “unknown” Same problem here with Ubuntu Your ifcfg file appears a bit odd – are you sure that the gateway is the same IP address as the interface?
Email me about changes to this bug report. If mediaopt is not specified, the driver defaults to half-duplex.
[ubuntu] Intel Pro card not working
I always thought linux worked best with Intel hardware which is why I use it. I tried some of the modprobe settings suggested by intel, and none of them produced working results 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.
See full activity log. Swapped cables, confirmed other computers getting full mbs.
Intel Corporation 82541PI Gigabit Ethernet Controller, Detected Tx Unit Hang
After doing a netstat -r ethhernet looking at the routing table I noticed that it set the default gateway to IP of eth1 which is just the internal network interface. The time now is On Thu, Feb 26, at 5: Also, I’ve noticed when eth1 is up, I am unable to ping or do dns lookups.
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:. When booting, CentOS whines about it not being present, delaying initialization.
Downloads for Intel® 82541 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Ubuntu reports Mb but my Ethernet switch indicates 10Mb on the port. Confirming based on similar experience from user in forums. You can learn more about bug statuses at https: NIC Link is Down corporwtion I have gigabit speeds again with this card!
The problem even persists if I install the latest driver release from http: Thomas Dreibholz dreibh wrote on Thank you for your help. I installed Ubuntu 8. All hardware requirements listed apply to use with FreeBSD.
Changed in linux Ubuntu: CentOS sees this network card when I do an lspci I get: