Please do not enter contact information. Often there can be many hours between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity. You can use the insmod command for 2. Daniel Eckert 31 1 1 4. I would be curious what errors yo uwere getting with I’ve configured the Intel IV Ethernet interface wired Ethernet connection, there is no wifi on this system using the ee driver for Ubuntu.

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Intel® Network Adapter Driver for PCIe* Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections Under Linux*

Alternatively, linus can use ethtool version 1. This bug is missing log files that will aid in diagnosing the problem. For questions related to hardware requirements, see the documentation supplied with your Intel Gigabit adapter.

I’m going to have to remove Ubuntu Server The is not Linux driver linus Intel that specific supports the iv. Maybe I’m not correctly interpreting the reply referring to “a kernel issue like this requires kernel bisection” and “We can’t do much if we don’t have the hardware”.

ubuntu – Linux ee (Intel networking driver) problems galore, where do I start? – Server Fault

PCI Express Port number: I had CentOS Server 7. The same problematic patterns continue with the dropping of the Internet connectivity through normal browser use Chrome is more stable than Firefox. The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site. Guessing e11000e reading through this Ubuntu bug report I have figured as a workaround to significantly reduce the ringbuffer size: Some update comments on the issue with the Ubuntu Simply should not be an issue given the long-term proven technologies involved with Ethernet and IP networking.


You might also ask for help in the ubuntu-bugs irc channel on Freenode.

lijux It usually happens when I’m using the search features of the browser. Seems people use the ee driver anyway as that’s all there is.

There’s something in the way Ubuntu Server A disconnect using the network applet, wait a few seconds, connect brings it back till the next disconnect. This change has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team.

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I decided to compile the latest liinux ee to 1. Copyright c – Intel Corporation. Simas e000e wrote on The only way to get it back is to “disconnect” manually in the Ubuntu software setting for the adapter and then reconnect manually.

If there’s nothing to be done on the Ubuntu side, please let me know and I can move on to a Linux distribution that can handle the iv NIC in a stable manner. The only reason I’m using Ubuntu Server This I have to repeat at every kernel update, since kernel updates still 3. Especially, when it’s documented others have had NIC issues with Ubuntu From Intel’s driver readme: I’ve configured the Intel IV Ethernet interface wired Ethernet connection, there is no wifi on this system using the ee e0100e for Ubuntu.


Linux* Base Driver for Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Network Connections

Safari Chrome IE Firefox. Previously the “drop” of the network connection with Ubuntu Server As suggested, I updated the BIOS to the inntel version, Left the device without power for a while and changed the hardware configuration. After running sudo lshw -C net and dmesg grep -e eth -e eI get this output:.

Ubuntu has a different view it seems prefer networkd for wired interface, NetworkManager for wifi it seemsbut there should be no bugs for those that choose to configure their systems to use NetworkManager. I have the same problem on my nitel running Ubuntu Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled.

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