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DL380G5 - network name no longer available

 
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John Has
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DL380G5 - network name no longer available

Hi all,

We have 2 new DL380G5 machines - Win2k3/R2/SP2 which we have just added to our network. Support Pack 7.91 is installed. NICs are running as a Load balancing Team into our ProCurve 5308 Switch (latest firmware). When copying large files to the machine over a WAN connection the file transfer starts and then fails with "network name no longer available".
We have had some intermittenet connectivity between the two G5's as well (one is a SQL Server, one a SharePoint box)

However copy files from the WAN connected server to any of our other earlier generation DL380's works absolutely fine.

So it seems that the network cards 'time out' although pinging works fine during this......
Both machines exhibit the same issue - they were not bought together and so I presume not from the same faulty batch!

Any ideas welcome! John
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KarloChacon
Honored Contributor
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Re: DL380G5 - network name no longer available

hi

try disable chimney
netsh int ip set chimney disable

try disable TOE (TCP/IP Offload Engine)
in the nic cards in NCU and NIC teaming in case
nic teaming

try disable RSS (Receive-side scaling)
in the nic cards in NCU and NIC teaming in case there is the in the nic teaming

regards
Didn't your momma teach you to say thanks!
John Has
Occasional Visitor

Re: DL380G5 - network name no longer available

Top answer thanks - diabling Chimney sorts the problems. John
John Has
Occasional Visitor

Re: DL380G5 - network name no longer available

Top answer thanks - disabling Chimney sorts the problems. John
KarloChacon
Honored Contributor

Re: DL380G5 - network name no longer available

hi

great that disabling chimney solved the issue

happy new year

regards
Didn't your momma teach you to say thanks!