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problem realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family controller
2014-10-19, 17:06
Post: #1
problem realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family controller
Hello,

I try ixpe in vmware, it works...
So, I try with my computer...

And I have a problem with my realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family controller / Motherboard MSI MS-7681 P67A-GD55:
[Image: 411671IMG20141019154605.jpg]

Code:
RXE: 5 x "Operation not supported ( http://ipxe.org/3c086003 )"

Quote:Possible sources
This error originated from one of the following locations within the iPXE source code:
net/netdevice.c (line 965)
net/netdevice.c (line 1131)

After, I build my ipxe with this howto: https://coderwall.com/p/0sq9gg
it don't solve my problem...

Thank you for your help Wink
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2014-12-03, 15:17
Post: #2
RE: problem realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family controller
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Code:
RXE: 5 x "Operation not supported ( http://ipxe.org/3c086003 )"
error message is just because you've received packets iPXE doesn't understand. It is nothing to worry about.

You haven't actually stated what problem you're having. The screenshot doesn't actually show anything wrong. Please reply back with the actual problem you're having.
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2014-12-09, 13:19
Post: #3
RE: problem realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family controller
(2014-10-19 17:06)Arkoth Wrote:  Hello,

I try ixpe in vmware, it works...
So, I try with my computer...

And I have a problem with my realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family controller / Motherboard MSI MS-7681 P67A-GD55:
[Image: 411671IMG20141019154605.jpg]

Code:
RXE: 5 x "Operation not supported ( http://ipxe.org/3c086003 )"

Quote:Possible sources
This error originated from one of the following locations within the iPXE source code:
net/netdevice.c (line 965)
net/netdevice.c (line 1131)

After, I build my ipxe with this howto: https://coderwall.com/p/0sq9gg
it don't solve my problem...

Thank you for your help Wink

Ive tried this, and had constant issues when going the VMware / Virtualbox route with anything but an Intel Adapter.

I managed to get a good success rate, by actually installing onto physical disk, then installing the latest nic driver, AOEDisk / ISCSI initiator setup and running the ccboot client to do the registry entries required to get ethernet booting. Then , attach an "empty" AOE / ISCSI disk and check that it registers correctly.

Therafter I used a windows backup tool (in my case AOMEI Backupper Standard) to do a system backup to an image file, and then a restore to the attached ISCSI / AOE disk.

Shut down, remove physical disk, power on, change boot params to netboot, and watch it work .. 10 / 10 with realtek nics.

Good luck

Jet
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2014-12-09, 14:37
Post: #4
RE: problem realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family controller
It could be a driver bug in the intel driver. You should try to see if the http://ipxe.org/dev/driver test instructions all pass on the machine you're having issues with. If they fail in some regard you should get in touch with the core developers and debug the driver. There could be some issues.
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