A Network Interface Card is a computer component which connects to a physical network in order to send and receive data.

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Intel NIC teaming or server 2012 R2?

I'd like to implement NIC teaming on one of my servers and would like to know if it's better to use the Intel NIC teaming from the drivers or to use the NIC teaming from Windows Server 2012 R2.
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Is Loopback addresses stored in NIC? [on hold]

Where is the Loopback addresses 127.x.x.x stored in the pc ? Can I say it is configured at Network Interface Card ?
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Windows Server 2012 r2 standard with dual NIC + DHCP

Currently I have a physical host with Windows Server 2012 r2 standard installed and DHCP role enabled. In addition the physical host has two network interface cards. I am planing to connect the ...
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Disabling bypass mode on Intel NICs

I'm trying to install PFSense on some decommissioned firewall gear. I've installed PFSense just fine, except for the two NICs are stuck in bypass mode. I don't see any options in the BIOS to edit ...
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After making my VM highly available I get “Could not find Ethernet switch” error when trying to live migrate

I normally create new VMs from the Failover Cluster Manager GUI. But this time around I went a different route because I had to (due to time constraints and available resources at the time). For ...
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Windows Dual NIC - Will this setup cause an ip address conflict?

My company has three subnets total of which two subnets have the same set of ip addresses... 192.168.0.x. This has not been an issue before but we are going to establish a VPN connection between ...
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Cannot connect two different networks on rhel6 on 2 virtual NIC's

I have a RHEL6 machine on VMware with 2 Virtual NIC's. The output of the ip's and networks are as below: $ ip a|grep "inet" inet 192.168.17.128/24 brd 192.168.17.255 scope global eth0 inet ...
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nic configuration on a linux virtual machine (rackspace)

I am trying to check my nic speed and duplex setting on a vm I have at rackspace. It is centos 6.4. When I run: # ethtool eth0 Settings for eth0: Link detected: yes This is all I get back. ...
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Force local IP traffic to go through LAN WITHOUT ip address changes

I know there's some topics about forcing local IP trafic of a Linux machine to go through the LAN (over the network where a WireShark is captuting trafic) but all solutions implies IP address ...
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NIC seems slow, even on 100Mb/s full duplex [closed]

So I have a server running Centos 6 64bit with cPanel. It's set on eth0 running at 100MB/s full duplex. But, one particular server seems sluggish on its connectivity, despite server load being minimal ...
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Nic Teaming Windows Server 2012 R2 - No network connection

I have 2 100Mbps NIC cards installed into PCIe slots and connected each card to it's own desktop 8 port switch. My Settings: Mode: switch-independent Load Balancing: Dynamic / Address Hash VLAN: ...
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Linux: Same static IP configured for all NICs

I am shipping some servers out to remote colo sites. I want to configure them so at the other end any port can be lit-up and the boxes will be good to go. I had originally been planning on bonding ...
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reducing bufferbloat in linux web server

I'm looking for all the buffers I can tune in linux as well as their order of operation. On the server, nearly all operations are run over the TCP protocol. I want to eliminate bufferbloat to improve ...
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Windows 7 sending all packets to one nic

I have windows 7 with two nics, one default gateway set on nic1, and no default gateway on nic2. Nics are on different subnets. Nic1 is on 192.168.1.0/24 subnet, and nic2 is on 10.60.194.0/28 network. ...
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KVM NIC passthrough “device already in use”

I have a server with 2 NICs 01:00.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Ethernet Controller 10-Gigabit X540-AT2 (rev 01) 01:00.1 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Ethernet Controller ...
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Adding a virtual NIC to a 2008R2 server makes internet unreachable, why?

I currently have a Windows Server 2008R2 box with a single physical NIC. For what I want to do I need two network adaptors in the box. To accomplish this, I added a legacy hardware device "Network ...
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Route Traffic For Specific IP Range Through Specific Network Interface

On Ubuntu 14.04. I need to route the traffic to specific IP ranges though a specific interface. route -n Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref ...
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Select source IP on windows server 2012 with multiple IPs on 1 NIC

I have searched a lot for a solution to this case but I couldn't find any. So, any help would be appreciated. I have a windows server 2012 with 1 NIC having 2 IPs bound to it 37.188.120.8 and ...
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Network Card with builtin VPN functionality? [closed]

I am looking for a PCI or PCI Express based Network card with builtin VPN possibilities or a network card which allows to flash its firmware vyatta, ipcop , routeros or any similar os. The idea is to ...
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Virtual interfaces with different MAC addresses

I try to figure out how to set up two logical network interfaces (at one physical interface) with separate MAC addresses on a Linux machine. My first attempt was to use macvlan which seemed to work ...
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Creating a bridged network in ESXi VSphere using VSphere client

I'm new to ESXi and i'm trying to configure a small server of guest machines, each running windows 7 starter. my goal is to let the workers connect to the ESXi server, get a windows "computer" and be ...
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“Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power” - Windows vNIC

Here's an interesting one I haven't seen on ServerFault I'd like to "discuss" based on our rule regarding a Good Subjective question. I have a ton of Windows 2008/2012 VMs in my environment running ...
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Make local subnet clients get redirected like public clients, when requesting a redirected outside port on the firewall

I have a server that also functions as a firewall for the 192.168.1.0/24 subnet via iptables. It also double as a VM Server. Both the VM's and the local machines share the subnet. The servers ...
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How can I confirm if my vmxnet driver is installed on my CentOS server?

I have an appliance running CentOS 5.x on VMWare ESX. Quite recently I upgraded it to a newer version of CentOS (still in 5.x) and I noticed that the network card wouldn't initialize. If I run ...
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Should I virtualliy split a multi-port NIC for various virtual machines in Hyper-V?

I have a NIC with 4 ports running on Hyper-V. I would be running two virtual machines one would be a WS2012R2 (DC, DNS, DHCP, FS, RRAS, etc.) and a W7 (basically used with one application that needs ...
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How to setup 3 networks on a 2 NICs Ubuntu box?

I need to configure 3 networks on my Ubuntu machine (OpenStack Network node) The /etc/network/interfaces I have is: # interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) and ifdown(8) auto lo iface lo inet ...
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Why are eno1 and eno2 in this order?

I've just installed a Fedora 21 Workstation system, and it's reversed the order of eno1 and eno2 from the CentOS 6 system that was on here before. lspci | grep Eth 00:19.0 Ethernet controller: Intel ...
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Network Interfaces Cards and rx_short_length_errors and Linux Kernel

My machine (Linux OS) is counting packets with wrong length, it is a huge environment (GW's, Routers, Switches...) , so I would like to understand how NIC's behaving with these packets. -Does NIC's ...
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Communicating via separate network cards

Assume you have a web server with two network cards (and their associated ports), let's call them A and B. The idea is to connect one port (A) to the internet and the other (B) to some isolated ...
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assign Second IP in ESXi 5.5 host Centos 6.6

Hello i have just installed CenOSs 6.6 on ESXi 5.5 and I have eth0 working fine. I have internet access and I want to assign a second IP in CentOS. So purchased another ip from oneprovider.com and ...
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What are the advantages NAPI before the IRQ Coalesce?

As known there are two approach to avoid some overheads of hardware interrupts in highload networks, when there are too many hardware interrupts, that switching to them takes too much time. It is very ...
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BroadCom 5720 Multi-Switch Connection failing to achieve full bandwidth

We have following Setup: 2 redundant Dell 2848 Switches, identically configured and connected via 8-Port LAG on Ports 41-48. 2 identically setup Dell R730 with BroadCom 5720. Operating System is ...
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Network adapter disappeared

Today I found myself in a strange situation where my Windows Server 2008r2 machine has internet connection while not showing any connections in 'network connections'. It does not show anywhere in ...
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ubuntu route all client eth0 traffic to openvpn on client tun0

OpenVPN client has 2 physical interfaces: eth0 = 192.168.10.14/24 gw 192.168.10.1 eth1 = 192.168.10.17/24 gw 192.168.10.1 tun0 = 172.160.1.6/24 gw 172.16.1.5 Server is external somewhere listening ...
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Server nics on two subnets: gateway?

Server is connected two two separate, isolated subnets via two physical nics. Is there any way the server can act as a gateway for the two networks to communicate? To clarify, I don't want any ...
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device vs interface vs connection under linux with nmcli [closed]

What are dependencies and relations between device, interface and connection in nmcli cmdline utility under linux? The below questions are asked in context of nmcli and networking in linux: Which ...
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HP NC364T on CentOS 7

i am trying to install a quad port network card (HP NC364T) into a machine I have running CentOS 7. The issue is that during boot, the OS hard crashes and reboots the machine. This is after all boot ...
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Does Ubuntu with Linux 3.5 having TX RX ring buffers or BQL

My linux uname -a command outputs: Linux Davinci001 3.5.0-23-generic #35~precise1-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jan 25 17:13:26 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux So, does NICs with this Ubuntu machine is ...
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Supermicro NICs gone after BIOS update

Just updated the BIOS of two Supermicro 1022G-URFs to R3.5. They've both the mainboard H8DGU-F with two onboard Intel 82576 NICs. One of the two Supermicros doesn't have any visible NICs at all after ...
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MDT Deployment Issue-Driver not loading (i217-LM on MDT)

I have been testing a replacement imaging system to replace our limited Ghost deployment system for a good portion of the last year. We bought a new batch of machines (HP Workstation Z230) which have ...
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Cannot set 1G speed on 10G nic using ethtool

I have a linux server with 10G fibre nics: xyz@xyz48:~$ sudo ethtool p1p1 Settings for p1p1: Supported ports: [ FIBRE ] Supported link modes: 10000baseT/Full Supported pause frame use: ...
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How can I stop Azure from randomly replacing network cards on VMs?

Azure seem to have the habit of randomly changing the hardware configuration of virtual machines, without telling anything to the user. This is of course mentioned in the documentation, although ...
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Disable NIC advanced properties in Windows server 2008/2012

I have some Rackspace VM's and need to disable these advanced NIC properties: Correct TCP/UDP checksum value IPv4 checksum offload Large receive offload Large send offload version 2 TCP checksum ...
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Are Add-On 10gb Nics Legit? [closed]

Sorry if this is product specific but I'm not sure where else to ask Are these AddOn nics legitimate 10gbE, or does anyone have any experience with them. There about 1/100th of the price of the ...
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3 NICs in VMware ESX 5.5.0 cannot connect to each other [closed]

I have a Vmware ESXi 5.5.0 hypervisor, installed on a desktop pc with 3 physical NICs. The first NIC is connected to the internet (WAN), the 2nd and 3rd NICs have Access Points installed (plugged in) ...
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How do I increase the ring parameters for a NIC on a Linux server

I used the ethtool utility to increase the rx and tx values for the NIC on one of our servers. I ran the following command: ethtool -g eth0 Ring parameters for eth0: Pre-set maximums: RX: ...
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Static Route Dual LAN CARD Centos 6

First let me explain the scenario. I have two internet connection (Lease LINE and BroadBand). I have a CENTOS 6 Server which is used for VOIP calling (GOAUTODIAL). Now I want everyone in the LAN to ...
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Slow local area network speeds

Updated on 2014-10-09 Disclaimer This question is similar to Unexplained slow gigabit network speeds but because the latter is still unanswered after 5 years, and that I think I'm able to add more ...
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Linux router with multiple gateways and port forwarding

I want to use a Linux VM to act as several routers at once. I have multiple servers hosting different services and dedicated public IP for each of them. Super simplified setup example: Ubuntu ...
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How to implement a network fault tolerance on a Windows Server 2008 R2, Single Server - Dual NIC? Only Windows Services like DNS, DHCP, File Server

Diagram 1: Server, VIP IP Address, Network connections, Switches and Clients Hello There! We have an IBM x3650 M3, Dual NIC. We have Windows Server 2008 R2. In this Window we will have services ...