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Broadcom bnx2x network adapter reports errors: Unknown cnic driver state ()
Linux source code: drivers/net/ethernet/broadcom/bnx2x/bnx2x_main.c (v) – Bootlin
Broadcom 10GbE bnx2x driver installed, but not showing up in ifconfig Using yast to search for kernel-firmware shows this is installed: Broadcom 10GbE bnx2x driver installed, but not showing up in ifconfig The chipset details may be useful to know too Code:. A loss of network connectivity from the host. Sign In feature is currently unavailable and you will not be able to post new content. Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting. Seeing your ifconfig output, I now doubt that this is For related information, see: It is recommended to upgrade to the latest version of Broadcom bnx2x driver – version 1.
We have tried locating a newer version of the driver and compiling from source using the XenServer 7. This article resolved my issue. Copy To Clipboard copy external link to clipboard copied!
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Copy To Clipboard copy external link to clipboard copied! All times are GMT Copy To Clipboard copy external link to clipboard copied! The latest NIC drivers can bbroadcom found under the following links:.
Release 4.9 drivers/net/ethernet/broadcom/bnx2x/bnx2x_dcb.c
This issue occurs when Broadcom network interface cards that utilize the bnx2x driver version 1. Broadcom 10GbE bnx2x driver installed, but not showing up bdoadcom ifconfig Deano is right, you need the kernel-firmware package, it contains the bnx2x firmwares for various versions of the card. Would you be able to get in contact with whoever is responsible for the hotfix and let them know our issue?
We have installed the XenServer 7. For more information, see Working with Performance Statistics in the vSphere 4. Apr 28, Last Updated: Network statistics for Broadcom bnx2x network interfaces displayed in the output of the ifconfig command-line utility show non-zero values for RX and TX packet counts.