I am running CentOS 5.3.The NIC on my motherboard does not support gigabit, so I bought a gigabit network card. I installed the network card and configured it via system-config-network... [by kmkittre]
on 02/12/2010 – Made popular on 02/12/2010
Probably its typical issue, but I couldn’t found the answer. Sometime ago I had mini-ITX server worked on ZOTAC IONITX-G-E. It was managed by Ubuntu 10.10. I setuped Gigabit network with this server. I installed one additional network card (Planet ENW-9700. It's PCI-E x1 card) because it did some routing, that's why I need two network cards. I used DGS-1005D as Gigabit switch.
I have just added a gigabit PCI network card to my server as the onboard wasn't gigabit.
I use wakeonlan daily to wake up the server for various things, but cant get it working with the PCI card (motherboard limitation i think).
So i have re-enabled the onboard NIC in the hope of using it just for WOL and the new gigabit PCI card for all traffic.
Hello everyone. I have a standard desktop computer I'm using as a server. It only handles Unison syncing between a few laptops, and a few other things, so it doesn't have much of a work load. It is running Ubuntu Server 11.10.
The PC I bought is a nice and fast machine, but the Gigabit network card it came with SUCKS.