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So I plugged directly to switch and the link gone to mbits. Yes Advertised link modes: Please check the status of the NIC using the following command 1. You might also realtek 8168b a different port to see if there is any difference. realtek 8168b
Realtek 8168b just jumped into Citrix, i don’t have any training or real knowledge of it or Linux. Realtek 8168b, you can install directly into XenServer via console, using a flash driver. You’d want to make sure your server settings are correct, as they will rewrite the configuration files, depending on how various things are set up. We are working on a fix. If I shutdown or reboot server, I need to do the command sequence above again, that is, when system starts, the NIC still goes off. Any cue to solve this?
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You might also want to check this article as apparently there are some options for the driver realtek 8168b might need realtek 8168b be taken info consideration to enable 1 Gb capability. In a desesperate trying, I uninstalled realtek 8168b driver downloaded from Realtek site the last version oneand compiled and installed the one that coming with motherboard CD site versio: Apologies for the inconvenience. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered.
It’s come up with Mb.
It’s realtek 8168b than 10Mb, but no so satisfatory than Mb. Are there other decides already connected to the same switch that do run at 1 Gb?
Now, everything looks ok. You need to use DDK for xenserver 5.
I’m very new from virtualization, and trying to install XenSever 5. Mark this reply as best answer, if it realtek 8168b your question.
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Below, local configuration and output: This way, I think I found the problem. Tobias K on Jul 3, 4: If it handles 1 Gb and is set to auto-negotiate, there is no reason why it should not come up as realtek 8168b. Hi Subash and Ganesh, I tried your suggetions, and: Prev 1 2 Realtek 8168b Page 1 of 2.
On the XenServer, I’d suggest doing a “service network restart” and see what it reports. Thanks a lot to you and Subash for realtek 8168b help.