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GLefk
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Regarding Intel® 82599ES 10 Gigabit Ethernet Controller, Dual Port, FCBGA, what is the difference between Step Codes SR1VN and SLGWE. Why does Intel make these types of questions difficult to find answers to?

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Michael_L_Intel2
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Hello GLefk, Please open the link below, then click on Ordering and Compliance and scroll down to see the PCN for different step codes: https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/41282/intel-82599es-10-gigabit-ethernet-control... If you have questions, please let us know. Best regards, Michael L. Intel Customer Support Under Contract to Intel Corporation

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Michael_L_Intel2
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Hello GLefk, Thank you for posting in Intel Ethernet Communities. SR1VN and SLGWE are Spec codes. They are release versions for this NIC card. To know more about the changes on each release, please open the link below, click on Ordering and Compliance and open the PCN or Product Change Notification for each Spec codes. https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/41282/intel-82599es-10-gigabit-ethernet-control... If you have questions, please let us know. Best regards, Michael L. Intel Customer Support Under Contract to Intel Corporation
Michael_L_Intel2
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Hello GLefk, Just want to check if you have clarifications, please let us know. Best regards, Michael L. Intel Customer Support Under Contract to Intel Corporation
GLefk
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Thank you for your concern. I couldn't tell what the differences were between these two step codes. I could get overall specs on the two step codes, but it wasn't clear what was changed going from one to the other, or when the step codes were implemented. It would be great if Intel provided some way of seeing what the changes were, like a PCN notice. If you can provide that information, it would be helpful.

Michael_L_Intel2
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Hello GLefk, There is no change in specification if there are different step codes. Usually there are changes in parts or errata or fixes update. Kindly check the PCN for further details, that is the only documentation that we can provide. If you have questions, please let us know. Best regards, Michael L. Intel Customer Support Under Contract to Intel Corporation
GLefk
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Hi Michael,

That's good to know. How do I find the PCN that changed the Step Code on this part? Also, why does Intel have an MM# and a Step Code Number if they both identify the part. What does MM stand for? I appreciate your support!

Thanks,

Glenn

Michael_L_Intel2
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Hello GLefk, Please open the link below, then click on Ordering and Compliance and scroll down to see the PCN for different step codes: https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/41282/intel-82599es-10-gigabit-ethernet-control... If you have questions, please let us know. Best regards, Michael L. Intel Customer Support Under Contract to Intel Corporation

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Michael_L_Intel2
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Hello GLefk, Just want to check if you have clarifications and If you have questions, please let us know. Best regards, Michael L. Intel Customer Support Under Contract to Intel Corporation
Michael_L_Intel2
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Hello GLefk,

 

If you have further questions or clarifications, please let us know. 

 

Best regards,

Michael L.

Intel Customer Support

Under Contract to Intel Corporation

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