The Intel NIC I350 T4 & X710 connected to cameras for image streaming by GigEVision protocol is used in our industrial application.
The Windows Eventviewer shown "Network Link Disconnected" (source : e1rexpress, ID : 27) randomly while the streaming was interrupted due to timeout.
What does the source name "e1rexpress" stand for? Which reasons could be behind such message?
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We are sorry to hear about the issue that you are experiencing with your network adapter.
Before we start, let us answer your question first, the error that you are getting is from the driver.
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now I observed following Windows Eventviewer registration :
|A service was installed in the system.|
|Service Name: Nal Service|
|Service File Name: C:\Windows\system32\Drivers\iqvw64e.sys|
|Service Type: kernel mode driver|
|Service Start Type: demand start|
After this action the NLD (Network Link Disconnected) occurred.
Thank you for your response.
The error is still related to the driver.
To help us in continuing to investigate your concern, please provide us the logs as requested in our previous thread reply. We hope for your cooperation on this.
We look forward to your reply. Should we not get your reply, we will follow up after three business days.
Intel® Customer Support
We are just following up.
It looks like you need more time to provide the information that we asked.
We will follow up again after 3 business days. Should we not hear from you, our system may automatically close the thread.
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