Recensioner för Lenovo Intel Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4 (0C19507)
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Not Intel Card, Chinese knock-off
Amazon Customer, Amazon
28 oktober 2015
Summering: Received card fine, on further interrogation of the card itself and chips it was obviously not a genuine intel I350T4 card, definitely a knock off most likely another Chinese counterfeit card. Card returned and purchased Lenovo branded I350T4 that appears to be genuine card.
Summering: The actual Intel Quad Port Ethernet Server Adapter is a great product, unfortunately what I was shipped, while printed with Intel logos, was a counterfeit and likely to either fail or generate random crashes and inconsistent results.
Summering: Shipped directly from Japan - took a while but was worth it for the price savings. Has now been installed for over 4 months in a TS140 Thinkserver as part of a Sophos UTM. Was recognized immediately and works perfectly.
Summering: I purchased this to replace the onboard NIC and a secondary NIC. I might have gone overboard. I was having some issues with my Windows 8.1 Pro Hyper-V machines hanging the host on shutdown and found that drivers can sometimes be the issue so I updated the driver without solving the problems.
Summering: Got this to use in a server running VMWare ESX 6 unfortunately with the firmware it ships with ESX doesn't recognize the card. Had to pop it into a windows machine, download the latest firmware and flash the card. Otherwise its a great card.
Summering: Took awhile to get the "igb" driver installed on Linux ( CentOS 7 ) but I found this after the fact. http://www.intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/sb/CS-032498.htm This would have saved me more time, but I learned more about Linux drivers in the process.
Summering: This card was installed into a DL380 G7, as we were having issues with the integrated cards on a certain Linux distribution as we were getting a lot of latency for no reason. This card arrived the day after I ordered it, slotted it in the server and the problems miraculously disappeared.