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New Contributor I
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In the Sawtooth Pass Refresh S2600STBR, how do I change the speed settings of the X722 network adapters? I need to slow this 10BaseT network port down from 10 GbE to 100Mbps for my office LAN.

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Table 12 on page 64 of https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/server-products/Intel_S2600ST_TPS.pdf, showsthe lowest supported data rate is defined as 100 Mbps, which shows it can be done. How?

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New Contributor I
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Rather, I need to change to 100 Mbps for a customer, and the only options

under Properties | select port | Properties | Advanced \ Speed & Duplex are

[Auto Negotiation], [1.0 Gbps Full Duplex], and [10 Gbps Full Duplex].

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New Contributor I
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Note: These are the onboard adapters on the motherboard.

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New Contributor I
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OS in use: WIn10x64 Enterprise RS5-1809.

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New Contributor II
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Using Intel Proset in Windows can help you fix the speed

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New Contributor I
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I ran Intel PROset which advised it could not alter the port configurations on the S2600STBR.

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New Contributor I
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"ADAPTER NOT SUPPORTED

This device cannot be configured by Intel PROSet Adapter Configuration Utility. Use the Intel PROSet Module for Windows Powershell interface or Windows Device Manager to configure the device. Consult the user guide for more information."

 

Windows Device Manager was not able to change port speed, FYI.

 

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New Contributor I
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Rather, I need to change to 100 Mbps for a customer, and the only options

under Properties | select port | Properties | Advanced \ Speed & Duplex are

[Auto Negotiation], [1.0 Gbps Full Duplex], and [10 Gbps Full Duplex].

View solution in original post

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New Contributor I
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The latest version I can find for the LAN drivers for the Sawtooth Pass Refresh motherboard, version 24.2, does not include any PowerShell Commandlets, either.

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