DELL INTEL GIGABIT VT QUAD PORT SERVER ADAPTER DRIVER DOWNLOAD

Allows quad-port operation in almost any PCI Express server slot, except x1 slots, and allows each port to operate without interfering with the other. We appreciate all feedback, but cannot reply or give product support. Show all Show less. For technical support and driver downloads, you should contact the seller that provided your network adapter. At the very least, you get a quad-port gigabit adaptor under Windows 7. Enables four Gigabit Ethernet connections on a single adapter, delivering increased bandwidth for slot-constrained servers and providing high performance, reliability, and low-power use in two single, integrated, dual port PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet controller chips.

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Intel Gigabit VT Quad Port Server Adapter and Windows Server | Daniel Loughlin’s Blog

It will complain that it doesn’t know if that’s the right driver, probably because it’s a Dell OEM piece but who knows, really. The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site. We appreciate all feedback, but cannot reply or give product support.

For technical support and driver downloads, you should contact the seller that provided your ggigabit adapter. At sefver very least, you get a quad-port gigabit adaptor under Windows 7.

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Please do not enter contact information. In a virtualized environment, packets dedicated to different virtual machines can be routed to different queues, thus easing the routing of these packets to the target machine. So the moral of this is that if you have a Dell server and use SUU, it’ll probably gigabir the same MS drivers for you for this card. No registered users and 0 guests.

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Show all Show less. The Intel software won’t install even after that. What more can be done, dunno, but supposedly you can get these off of eBay for cheap.

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Safari Chrome IE Firefox. Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links. Allows quad-port operation in almost any PCI Express server slot, except x1 slots, and allows each port to operate without interfering with the other. Who is online Users browsing this forum: About us Privacy policy Mailing list Mobile.

Since TR is so oddly high in Google search results, this may be useful. However, something odd happened in that it kept finding the drivers needing updating after the initial install and it kept trying to update the drivers to no avail.

It installed fine for me. If you require a response, contact qaud. The way I got it working was to manually choose a driver from the installed ones. I was looking for Windows 7 drivers for this bad boy and while it would install the PCI bridges, the ethernet controllers were a no-go.

This is a Microsoft driver and I guess that means that you can’t team the ports or do VLAN stuff or load balancing pogt I don’t know what.

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Did you find this information useful? Board index Hardware General Hardware. Windows was happy; I just kept rerunning the Dell utility to see what it spit back.

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I did see options related to that stuff in the driver, though, so maybe you can do some of the fancy stuff. This time I installed Win2K8 R2 and again the drivers weren’t found. Enables four Gigabit Ethernet connections on a single adapter, delivering increased bandwidth for slot-constrained servers and providing high serger, reliability, and low-power use in two single, integrated, dual port PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet controller chips. The Dell utility appeared to just install MS drivers and then fail to update them to whatever version it thought they needed to be.

Most searches said to give these a shot: Hope this helps any future googlers. Intel had no help: