Gateway 710 Intel LAN Driver
Identifying your version can help validate part numbers, alternate names, vendors, and other drivers not on the release disk. Adapter teaming with Intel® Advanced Network Services (Intel® ANS) uses an intermediate driver to group multiple physical ports. You can use teaming to add. Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter XXV Series. Including: Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter XXVDA1 Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter XXVDA1 for.
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Gateway 710 Intel LAN Driver
Supported adapters Teaming options are supported for Windows versions where the following Intel adapters receive full software support: Any port that displays in the Intel PROset teaming wizard can be included in a team including older Intel adapters and non-Intel adapters. Some advanced features, including hardware offloading, are Gateway 710 Intel LAN disabled when non-Intel adapters are team members to assure a common feature set.
Adding a port can cause system instability.
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This step is optional but strongly recommended. All bindings are restored when the LBFO team is removed. If you set the port to standby, you can lose Intel AMT functionality. Teaming features Teaming features include failover protection, increased Gateway 710 Intel LAN throughput aggregation, and balancing of traffic among team members.
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Fault Tolerance If the primary adapter, its cabling, or the link partner fails, Intel ANS uses one or more secondary adapters to take over. Designed to guarantee server availability to the network.
Link Aggregation Combines multiple adapters into a single channel to provide greater bandwidth. Bandwidth increase is only available when connecting to multiple destination addresses. Gateway 710 Intel LAN may reproduce and distribute the Software only as an integral part of or incorporated in your product, as a standalone Software maintenance update for existing end users of your products, excluding any other standalone products, or as a component of a larger Software distribution, including but not limited to the distribution of an installation Gateway 710 Intel LAN or a Guest Virtual Machine image, subject to these conditions: You may not copy, modify, rent, sell, distribute or transfer any part of the Software except as provided in this Agreement, and you agree to prevent unauthorized copying of the Software.
You may only distribute the Software to your customers pursuant to a written license agreement. Such license agreement may be a "break-the-seal" license agreement.
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The Software is copyrighted and protected by the laws of the United States and other countries and international treaty provisions. Large send offload Enables the adapter to offload the task of segmenting TCP messages into valid Ethernet frames.
Because the adapter hardware can complete data segmentation faster than operating system software, this feature can improve transmission performance. The adapter also uses fewer CPU resources.
Teaming with Intel® Advanced Network Services
Note For adapters to benefit from this feature, link partners must support flow control frames. Make sure no other systems on the network use this address.
To enter a new network address, type a digit hexadecimal number in the Value box. For example, in the address 0YA, Y cannot be an odd number. Do not use all 0s or all Fs.
Log link state event Enables the logging of the following link state changes to the system event log. To investigate this issue, click the Link Speed tab and change the speed and duplex settings appropriately. Performance options - Adaptive inter-frame spacing Compensates for excessive Ethernet packet collisions by controlling back-to-back Gateway 710 Intel LAN.