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Thanks for your post! I’m pretty sure at some point, this was required for compatibility. Just search for virtual connect firmware upgrade, there are a lot of guides available. July 20, at 4: There’s a ho where you may be using the wrong product for the application. The issue is that only the G7’s connect to the network. Your comment’s not too clear sorry, maybe rephrase it?
Also read the release notes, some updates require downtime but it depends on the versions. Update all firmware using I had this problem at my customer and was able to solve it using these steps.
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So you want to be a sysadmin? Un-teaming also simplified matters.
Obviously if you lose a link bk460c all on the same ‘side’ but that’s true of any setup like this. GregL 6, 2 17 October 20, at 8: May 7, at 6: I have added the requested detail to the initial question above.
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I am assuming the driver will work with all relevant OSes. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. July 20, at 8: Netwodk details on the rules may be found in the wiki. Sign up using Facebook. You guys asking me for more details has forced me to actually document our configuration, something I have been meaning to do for years, so thanks for that. As i think, If i set it disable, the bios wont collect any data about it thus Os wont see… Any idea?
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May 7, at Does the C and VC have the appropriate firmware? Yeah, I definitely want to know more about what’s happening here. Things I’ve tried doing: Sounds like it’s time to go 10gig.
You’re making life very hard for yourself, I’ve bl4600c dealing with Virtual Connects since pretty much day-one and use them extensively now – what I think you should do is this; Create two VC ‘Ethernet Networks’, both pretty identical, set preferred to 10Gbps, enable VLAN passthrough and Smart Mode, point one at VC 1 port 1 or whatever is your main trunk on physical switch 1 and the second to VC2 port 1 or whatever does the same for physical switch 2 – then trunk all appropriate VLANs up both links.
Maybe we can help once this has some context.
I will mention that I have a thrid c that is configured the same way as the two listed above and this third c will join the other two in function so purchase numbers would acually be six mezzanine cards and six VCMs.