I started a new thread, because the old thread ( ) don't have any answer from Intel's team since 2013 year.
I have installed the last version of PROWinx32.exe (21.1) with activation of the SNMP option on Windows 7 (32-bit).
I have configured an AFT teaming from two network interfaces. By using PROSetCL.exe, I have checked that this teaming works correctly.
My problem is when I make a SNMP dump of the intel-Ian-adapters MIB, I have the following results:
- baseDriverLoadedAnsNotLoaded(1) for the status when I am expecting baseDriverLoadedAnsLoaded(3)
- standAlone(0) for the type of the adapters involved in the teaming when I am expecting teamMember(1)
- no data under ansAttrTables MIB subtree.
Previously, we used data from ansAttrTable MIB subtree on Windows XP with PROWin32.exe (v16.3) without any problems.
Under Windows 7 with the same (v16.3) driver and latest (v21.1) driver no data under ansAttrTable MIB subtree.
Is there something specific to do to have ANS loaded at SNMP level ?
I use the following tools:
- Windows 7 professional SP1 (32-bit)
- Driver PROWinx32.exe ( version 21.1 ).
- iReasoning MIB Browser, for checking snmp data.
Component SNMP Service is turned on.
Read-only community for SNMP Service is "public"
SNMP Service listen any host.
Is more information needed?
Russian support told me this network card and Windows 7 is no longer supported.
Translation from russian:
"Intel® 82576EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller and Intel® Advanced Network Services in stage SM2 "End Of Life",
Windows 7 - in stage SM1 "End Of Life".
SM1 means that we will correct serious bugs only,
SM2 means that the support is practically finished."
Next question: has Intel any dual port gigabit ethernet controller with teaming and snmp support for Windows 7 (or Windows 10)?
Thank you for the update. You can refer to below URL for a list of Intel server adapters or ethernet controllers for reference:
e.g. I350-T2V2 is a standalone dual port server adapter which can support Windows 7 and teaming.
I350-AM2 for ethernet controller
Please refer to the data sheet for more information to see if the ethernet controller or adapter meets your requirement.