Taxes and shipping, etc. That was causing the issue with pings not working when eth1 was up. When booting, CentOS whines about it not being present, delaying initialization. The information herein is provided “as-is” and Intel does not make any representations or warranties whatsoever regarding accuracy of the information, nor on the product features, availability, functionality, or compatibility of the products listed. Search examples You can search our catalog of processors, chipsets, kits, SSDs, server products and more in several ways. Expected Discontinuance is an estimate of when a product will begin the Product Discontinuance process.

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Downloads for IntelĀ® 82541 Gigabit Ethernet Controller

Your personal information will be used to respond to this inquiry only. We refer to these processors as boxed processors. I’ve rebooted several times now and it seems like everything is all working.


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Downloads for IntelĀ® Gigabit Ethernet Controller

Prices may vary for other etherner types and shipment quantities. Contact your OEM or reseller for warranty support. Your name and email address will not be added to any mailing list, and you will not receive email from Intel Corporation unless requested. On bootup I noticed that it will not initialize this NIC but I am able to manually insert the e module and bring it up.

I’ve even downloaded and installed the latest Linux drivers from Intel but still no resolution. Allows for delivery and returns. When I reboot it’s gone again. Refer to Datasheet for formal definitions of product properties and features.

Listing of RCP does not constitute a formal pricing offer from Intel. Now I have two new gigabit NICs on the way and may not need them after all. Ordering and spec information. I was thinking maybe it’s an irq conflict but I am not sure.

All information provided is subject to change at any time, without notice. Another strange thing is sometimes when I reboot, eth1 will come up and other times it does not.

Am I missing a step somewhere? CentOS sees this network card when I do an lspci I get: Please work with your appropriate Intel representative to obtain a formal price quotation. Intel refers to these processors as tray or OEM processors. You don’t happen to have another inttel controller of the same kind in your machine, do you? Used for end of life products. Your ifcfg file appears a bit odd – are you sure that the gateway is the same IP address as the interface?


I’ve never had this many issues with an Intel based NIC.

When I login I am able to manually insmod the e module and bring it up. Also, I’ve noticed when eth1 is up, I am unable to ping or do dns lookups. What is the difference between Boxed and Tray Processors?

On a local area network it achieves clock accuracy in the sub-microsecond range, making it suitable for measurement and control systems. Intel doesn’t provide direct warranty support.