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How to identify type of LAN card installed in a server?

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Ryan Bernard
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How to identify type of LAN card installed in a server?

Hi All~! Below are the outputs from a rx2600 server.

 

I have looked at the quick specs for this model but I am not able to identiy which type of LAN card is installed? How do I tell what is the speed of the LAN card?

 

Thanks!

 

 

# ioscan -fC lan
Class     I  H/W Path  Driver  S/W State   H/W Type     Description
====================================================================
lan       0  0/0/3/0   intl100 CLAIMED     INTERFACE    Intel PCI Pro 10/100Tx Server Adapter
lan       1  0/1/2/0   igelan  CLAIMED     INTERFACE    HP PCI 1000Base-T Core


# lanscan
Hardware Station        Crd Hdw   Net-Interface  NM  MAC       HP-DLPI DLPI
Path     Address        In# State NamePPA        ID  Type      Support Mjr#
0/0/3/0  0x00306EF38DC8 0   UP    lan0 snap0     1   ETHER     Yes     119
0/1/2/0  0x00306EF35CDB 1   UP    lan1 snap1     2   ETHER     Yes     119


# ifconfig lan0
ifconfig: no such interface

# ifconfig lan1
lan1: flags=1843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,CKO>
        inet ***.***.***.*** netmask ffffff00 broadcast ***.***.***.***

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Naj
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Re: How to identify type of LAN card installed in a server?

Hello,

use command lanadmin

i,e
root@server-a : /sbin/init.d -> lanadmin -x 2
Speed = 1000 Full-Duplex.
Autonegotiation = On.

p/s: don't forget to assign point

Thanks

BR
Naj

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Ryan Bernard
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Re: How to identify type of LAN card installed in a server?

Thanks!. Sorry but I can't seem to find a way to assign points...

Dennis Handly
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Re: How to identify type of LAN card installed in a server?

>I can't seem to find a way to assign points.

 

You correctly assigned their replacement, kudos.