I have connected a device to an Intel network card, e.g. i210. The information I want to see is whether the connection is based on EEE or not.
Under Windows 7 (driver 22.1 or 22.3) I could find the information in network settings ("EEE: active").
Now I switched to Windows 10 and driver 23.5 - and the information is not available anymore.
Does anybody has an information where the information of current EEE status is displayed or at least available?
According to Intel's datasheet it is available as register 0x0E30 - bit 29... but how to access it?
I am using the Adapter Configuration Tool. The connected device is using EEE mode - but it's not displayed in your tool.
So, where should it be displayed?
I checked the state a little more detailed. It seems to be the following behavior:
Can you verify this? Do you have any news when a bugfix will be available?
What is the status of the EEE status in current Intel network card driver? Is there any change available or at least a time schedule?
Nothing heard so far… could you please update the status of the issue? Is a new network driver available fixing this issue?
Thank you for the patience on this matter.
Please be informed that there still no timeline for the fix of this issue. Kindly check the information below:
0 - Not Supported
1 - Disabled
2 - Active
3 - Not Negotiated
Let us know if you have additional questions.
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