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:
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?
Thank you for the information. Further checking, currently you have a case open for investigation in 02191704. The case is being handled accordingly, you may continue your inquiry from the existing case there.
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.