To fix this, the easiest method is to modify the installation ISO. Therefore, only i is supported. I may try to install one vib and then manually add the second one using this method. Yes, there’s 2 dashes for both of those. Aug 22, 9. This is the same process for both the Intel i as well as the Intel i gigabit Ethernet controllers.

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The newer generation Intel i gigabit Ethernet controllers are new enough that they do not work easily with every operating system.

You can find VMWare driver igb Please enter your comment! Looks easy enough to add https: A quick search produced this for the i Remove the nic, and close up my 1U server and back into the rack Wessel.

Install the VMWare 3. So I tried that and it worked i shows up now as well.


I used ESXi Customizer and successful got the i to recognize, but not the i No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Intel Architecture Day.

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Sep 9, Previous generation motherboards have been using the Intel L network controller for the past years. Dec 29, Don’t get i, I think it’s a desktop version which doesn’t support imtel of the features VMware requires.

Download the latest version as well as the ESXi 5. I hope that helps anyone else that has that issue. Log in or Sign up. In the last year or so, Intel has pushed the industry towards new network controllers.

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Aug 20, 7. It’s a pretty simple process that only takes a few minutes. Therefore, only i is supported.

Sep 8, I suppose the first link probably gets the I working normally, but not the i Aug 20, 6. I took plan B: Download your ESXi image 3. Click yes to proceed.


Aug 22, Do you already have an account? The command I used from vCLI was: To fix this, the easiest method is to modify the installation ISO. Saturday, December 29, This turns out to be “very” simple!

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