I have trouble updating firmware for X710DA4 card.
This card drops connection at random with Linux 4.9.9 driver.
The driver requires firmware update. But I tried all three versions
at Intel website and all said update not available.
Any help would be much appreciated.
ethtool -i ens4f1
firmware-version: 4.10 0x800011c5 0.0.0
lspci does not show serial number:
Capabilities: [e0] Vital Product Data
Product Name: XL710 40GbE Controller
[PN] Part number:
[EC] Engineering changes:
[MN] Manufacture ID:
[SN] Serial number:
[V0] Vendor specific:
[RV] Reserved: checksum good, 0 byte(s) reserved
[V1] Vendor specific:
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Kindly share the markings of your X710 and brand/model of module installed for us to further investigation your issue.
The markings is found in the white barcode label of your X710.
Hi Yuqing, Thanks for your reply, normally, for retail X710, it would have yottamark sticker at the adapter's back side. Sharing the sample yottamark sticker found in this website - http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/network-and-i-o/000007074.html Yottamark* Sticker on Intel® Ethernet Adapters . Have you tried running this command to update your X710 FW?
./nvmupdate64e -u -l -o update.xml -b -c nvmupdate.cfg
Please also try out this command to show details of your X710
lspci -vv | grep -i 'Intel Corporation Ethernet Controller X710'