You just saved my day. A word of warning: Loopback diagnostic tests are available for testing the adapter hardware. This is a third-party issue. This is to ensure that no errors are encountered in the installation of the Windows Server drivers for the NetXtreme II adapters. Network device open handler failed for ‘vmnic0’: Download full text
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Device vmnic0 failed to open. This reporting error is a known Microsoft issue. Email me about changes to this bug report. Click Startand then click Run.
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Trouble with Broadcom NetXtreme II and VMware ESXi
This release also resolves the Broadcom Comprehensive Configuration Management Firmware issue with version 7. See Network Link and Activity Broadcom netxtreme ii bcm5708 to check the state of the network link and activity.
It also works with Debian Jessie. After an updrage from Jaunty to karmic, my broadcom BCM is not seen anymore. The system BIOS in some systems does not set the cache broadcom netxtreme ii bcm5708 size and the latency timer if the adapter is added after the system has booted. Is this due to the same issue?? Network device open handler failed for ‘vmnic0’: Still seeing this behavior. Quick check with another DL G6. Colin Watson cjwatson wrote on Sometimes you come to an issue of moving raw volume from one server broadvom another.
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Check the adapter installation by reviewing Installing the Adapter. Upgrading from Windows Server to Windows Server This is taken from the HP website:.
Verify that the adapter is properly seated in the slot. Okay, quick check in the vSphere Web Client: Running a Cable Length Test. Any issue with an installed system is a different bug.
This is to ensure that no errors are encountered in the installation of the Windows Server drivers for the NetXtreme II adapters.