Jan 26, Messages: I did see a Korean link that showed it running on Omnios but no instructions. Your name or email address: MiniKnight , Feb 11, Jubby , Jan 6, Mar 30, Messages:
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Jan 9, Messages: Couldn’t get it to run on SE11 or Omnios.
Yes, my password is: PatrickJan 5, No, create an account now. CentOS 6 supports these cards out the box, no need to hassle with drivers!
Jun 5, Messages: Dec 3, Messages: Brocade datasheet seams really out of date listing only: Or are transceivers mounted on the cables now days? Force10, Finisar, Avago port instantly went into error state with “foreign” sfp.
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Feb 25, Messages: Dec 21, Messages: I have a few of these cards and I believe they are not compatible with a passive DAC. Discussion in ccna Networking ‘ started by PatrickJan 4, If anyone experiences instability with these NICs, it can help to update the firmware.
Do you already have an account? So far the cables are installed and happy with Win 7 and 8.
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Starting a thread on these cards. It seams that it would not require significant airflow for the card and ESXi 5.
Hi MiniKnight, I’m not sure about the “passive” bit. I’m reading up on 10 Brocaed equipment and have one, i guess really simple, question.
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LichtwaldJan 10, Oct 13, Messages: Share This Page Tweet. Jan 26, Messages: Thanks for the tip This is probably obvious, but I thought I would mention it anyway: I’m pretty sure the Brocade ‘s only support the active twinax cables. RTMFeb 8, Your name or email address: Feb 11, Messages: I am curious what is the difference between active and non active cables.
PatrickJan 4, I also couldn’t get it to link with the sfp port on my Dell Haven’t found way enable jumbo frames in solaris 11 or any other solaris like operating systems.