Adapter information options are read only and
State. The connection state of the adapter.
Connected. Adapter is functioning
Fault. Cable fault occurred on the adapter.
Unknown. Unable to communicate with the
driver on the installed adapter.
Failed. Hardware failure on the
Status. The status of the adapter with respect to a team.
Available. The team member is functioning
Teamed. The adapter is not part of the team.
Unknown. The team member's status could not
Fault. The member does not have link.
Joined. The member cannot be joined in the team because it
has an incompatible setting.The most likely cause is changing a
parameter for a team member using the Local Area Connection
Path). The team member is not receiving packets and no
other team member is receiving packets. Because all team members
are equal, the team member is still in use by the team.
(Multiple). The team member has multiple degraded
(LACP). The team member failed to establish a LACP
Standby). The team member is failed because the team has
more members than the switch supports in the LACP protocol. The
port is blocked by the switch.
Path). The team member is not receiving packets.
Path). A failure occurred while attempting to send a
packet on the team member.
(Multiple). The team member has multiple failed
Speed/Duplex. Indicates the current operating speed of the
adapter and if it is operating at half duplex or full duplex
speeds, or if it is disconnected.
Detailed Ethernet Information:
Address. The burned-in MAC address or a Locally
Administered Address (LAA) assigned by the System Administrator or
NCU for a specific network configuration.
In a teamed environment, the Current MAC Address must not be locally
Address. 6-Byte, Layer 2 address of the adapter that is
assigned by the manufacturer. Typically, one of the Universally
(Globally) Administered Addresses assigned in ranges to different
organizations. This address is also referred to as a Burned-in
Address or permanent address.
For HP BladeSystem c-Class Virtual Connect
users, the Burned-in MAC Address reports the HP-Assigned MAC
Address as assigned in the Virtual Connect Server Profile.
Name. Name of the adapter driver (for example,
Version. Current driver version number (for example,
Version. Current Virtual Bus Driver version (for example,
Version. Current bootcode version (for example, 1.9.6).
This field is displayed only if the adapter firmware is
Connection. The number that corresponds to
the instance of the selected adapter in the NCU. If the user
renames the connection to something other than the Local Area
Connection number, a question mark (?) is displayed.
Layer. Port physical type (for example, 10/100/1000BASE-T,
10GBase-XFP, or 10GBase-CX4).
Device. Indicates whether the device is an upgrade
Number. PCI, PCIe, or PCI-X bus number.
Type. PCI, PCIe, or PCI-X for all supported adapters. This
property does not appear for multifunction adapters.
Speed. PCI, PCIe, or PCI-X bus speed. For example, 100
Width. PCI, PCIe, or PCI-X bus width. For example,
Number. Slot where the adapter physically resides.
Number. Slot where the adapter resides in the HP
Number. Switch in the enclosure where the adapter is
connected. Non-HP BladeSystem servers report a Slot Number instead
of an I/O Bay Number.
Number. One-based port number for multiport adapters.
Number. The port number for adapters with FlexNIC
Address. Memory-mapped I/O address.
Host Configuration Protocol). The adapter is configured to
receive an IP address from a DHCP server. If the adapter has a
statically-configured IP address, a value of "Disabled" appears. If
IP is not bound to the team or the adapter, this property does not
Server. The IP Address of the DHCP Server. If the adapter
has a statically configured IP address or if IP is not bound to the
team, this property does not display. If the adapter is part of a
team, this property does not display here but is shown on the
Team Information tab.
Address. The IP address of the local system.
Address. The IPv6 address of the local system.
Control. Specifies the type of flow control that is
ID. The team member numerical identifier for the adapter.
The valid range is 0-7. If the adapter is not teamed, this property
does not display.
Group ID. The team member group identifier for the
adapter. The valid range is 0-7. If the adapter is not teamed, this
property does not display.
Address. If the adapter is a member of a team, this is the
MAC address used for transmitting. If the adapter is not teamed,
this property does not display.
Name. The name of the local area connection.
To. This property displays one of following values:
Physical Adapter—TCPIP Layer is bound to
Virtual Machine—TCPIP Layer is bound to
Virtual Machine. If this value displays then:
The DHCP, DHCP Server, IPv4 Address, and
IPv6 Address properties are not shown.
The VLAN button is disabled.
The VLAN tab is not shown.
The Team button is disabled.
This property displays only on Windows 2008
x64 and above version operating systems, and when Hyper-V is
Detailed iSCSI Information: This information
displays only if an adapter has iSCSI enabled on it. Feature is
currently not supported on HP NC-Series 10 GbE adapters.
Address. The current MAC address for the iSCSI
Name. The name of the driver for the iSCSI device.
Version. The version of the driver for the iSCSI
Gateway. The default route for the iSCSI device.
Mask. The subnet mask (dotted decimal) for the iSCSI
Id. The identification number (if any) for the virtual
iSCSI VLAN device.
Priority. The packet priority for the iSCSI device.
Created. Indicates if the Windows page file was created on
an iSCSI drive that is attached to the adapter. The values are Yes
Host Configuration Protocol). Enabled indicates that DHCP
is used to acquire IP configuration; Disabled indicates that the
statically configured IP configuration is used.
Address. The Internet Protocol address (dotted decimal)
for the iSCSI device.
Device. Indicates if the system was booted over iSCSI from
a target device.
If the NCU detects that the system was
booted over iSCSI, the following message prompts you to install an
Accelerated iSCSI Pack for Embedded Multifunction Gigabit Server
Adapters license if one is not detected.