They are on the HCL for 6. Is there any way to report this to an analysis of Citrix? Posted March 2, Will I have to replace XenServer? I’m using FREE version. Posted March 5,
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Not that it will necessarily help, but you could try the XenServer 6. That is definitely misleading when you look them up. If there were a way to compile a working driver for the existing NICs, it certainly would be a cheaper solution. At least 1 GB NICs are cheap now, not that a big hardware swap isn’t a pain 8251eb well as still a time sink.
Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting. Apologies for the inconvenience. They show up as Intel EB and utilize the same chipset. I really hope 6.
The cards we are using are the HPT. Posted March 5, This hotfix resolves the issue by setting the default MAC learning timeout to seconds. They are on the HCL for 6.
Please sign in to comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now. Memory at b8c bit, non-prefetchable Region 1: It would appear they are both using the same version.
Memory at b8c bit, non-prefetchable Region 2: That seems a driver problem and not hardware problem, it works in 5. It was a long shot, but at least now you know for sure. Sign In feature is currently unavailable and you will not be able to post new content.
Will I have to replace XenServer? Is there any way to report this to an analysis of Citrix? Unfortunately continuing to use an unsupported device leaves on out on a limb. Tobias, Same problem using 6.
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We are working on a fix. I’m using FREE version. I think that Citrix should make it well known in advance if something is going to fall off the HCL, but thats just me.
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Port 4, Speed 2. Have you tried a BIOS. Alan Lantz Virtuoso 3, Members 9, posts. My hardware are blades servers, i do not replace the nic card I was able to identify the device by Vendor.
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Posted March 6, New install of 6. Now what is the problem with this hardware? You will be able to leave a comment after signing in. Intel Corporation Device f Control: