nemesis122

Will this network Adapter work ? Intel Gigabit VT Quad Port Server Adapter

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Hi

 

Do you know if this 4 port adapter us working with JUN Loader ?

DELL Intel Gigabit VT Quad Port Server Adapter

https://www.intel.de/content/www/de/de/support/network-and-i-o/ethernet-products/intel-gigabit-server-adapters/intel-gigabit-vt-quad-port-server-adapter-series/intel-gigabit-vt-quad-port-server-adapter.html

thank you for your feedback.

 

 

 

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did you guys have any success running quad port at 4GB speed? I have a WIN10 machine with intel® pro/1000 pt quad port and  IOCrest SI-PEX24042 4 Port Gigabit Ethernet in NAS. 

 

I still cant get running above 113mb.

 

Any ideas what to do?

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+100mb is pretty good, depending on the rest of your systems spec, there will probably be a bottleneck somewhere (usually the hdd speed). I'm guessing from your comment you are bonding/teaming/link aggregation, the bottleneck will apply regardless of that. Out of interest, what data do you need to move so fast? :0

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1 hour ago, sbv3000 said:

+100mb is pretty good, depending on the rest of your systems spec, there will probably be a bottleneck somewhere (usually the hdd speed). I'm guessing from your comment you are bonding/teaming/link aggregation, the bottleneck will apply regardless of that. Out of interest, what data do you need to move so fast? :0

 

I'm using Static Link aggregation. I have 4 Drives rated above 113MB/s - at Avg. Sequential Write Speed 148MB/s

 

I'm running on Asrock J3455 (http://asrock.com/mb/Intel/J3455-ITX/) - it should be able to do this.

 

But so far I'm unable to reproduce it. There is a lack of articles on this topic on how to make these 4 port cards work and their full setups.

 

Have you done anything like this?

 

EDIT:

 

I believe SMB Multichannel should be working here, but I havent found a guide on this.

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I'm using the same mobo in one of my systems, and have used quad port nics, but not in a link aggregation mode.

My recollection of setting up link agg is that there is a unique driver/module that provides the bonding/teaming etc in the O/S, and or you need the kernel bonding support, creating a virtual nic, but I doubt that driver is included in XPE/DSM. You could have a look at how bonding is setup in ubuntu (close to XPE/DSM) 

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBonding

I also recall some threads where people have setup link agg, you might have a search for those.

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3 minutes ago, sbv3000 said:

I'm using the same mobo in one of my systems, and have used quad port nics, but not in a link aggregation mode.

My recollection of setting up link agg is that there is a unique driver/module that provides the bonding/teaming etc in the O/S, and or you need the kernel bonding support, creating a virtual nic, but I doubt that driver is included in XPE/DSM. You could have a look at how bonding is setup in ubuntu (close to XPE/DSM) 

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBonding

I also recall some threads where people have setup link agg, you might have a search for those.

 

thanks! Thats the project for the next weekend! :)

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