Coming back to the original RSS topic – it could be completely resolved: After that the bridge mode worked and I could update Virtualbox to the 4. As far as I can tell in my research, enabling MSI just means that MS just puts the device in the MSI enabled bucket, interrupts without the extra message signalling come in like normal on their line interrupt. Still curious, why it does not work with version 5 or how to make it work. I’ve been following this thread for awhile now and wanted to make sure it stays active. You can not post a blank message. Since you come from an enterprise background could you maybe ask Intel to supply a SMB3 Multichannel check-list to follow to find the culprit that prevents it from working properly?
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However, this did not install anything. Also, are you using anything else on that adapter? All guides I’ve found online so far state that “SMB3 Multichannel is so simple, you just have to connect a capable server and client and it will automatically be active”. Maybe a Windows update – not certain?
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So, you can handle more incoming data, but the same interrupt still services all of the queues. But this is Intel’s latest and greatest RJ adapter with a great reputation and I’m surprised that they’re not making a more concerted effort bdis2 fix this problem for their enterprise customers.
Hope it will help somebody I spent at least 6 months to find this fix Yves. I’ve been following this thread for awhile now and wanted to make sure it stays active. If you have the opportunity of experimentation not productively used setups with recent i217-km you can try the latest I already tried to uninstall VirtualBox and install it again, but the issue persists. Bridged network not working after upgrade from 4.
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The configuration constructor in main failed due to a COM error. If the device isn’t capable of it either because it was omitted from the driver, or because the chipset really doesn’t include that feature, no matter what the driver doesthen the net effect u217-lm nothing.
I tested this build on Windows 10 host and it works. Google [Bot] and 30 guests.
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When I did this, there was no Bridged Adapter to choose from in the “Name” drop-down list. Thank you for joining the fun!
Still curious, why it does not work with version 5 or how to make it work. This content has been marked as final.
However, my suggestion might be to uninstall and then re-install and see if that works. I’m new at this and just read this: It is provided for general information only and should not be relied upon as complete or accurate. Then, it’s up to the driver i271-lm signal that it wants more, and how many. We are using Intel’s latest available drivers and Windows 10 has been patched and is up to date.
Re-install the virtualbox-dkms and virtualbox 4.
Maybe ThomasHi can check this on his system and if his NIC is also running in MSI mode respond to his support case that the Intel technician seems to have something mixed up The curious thing about this it, I had version 5. But, in my tests, I can’t pin it to anything I nris2 perceive empirically. As far as I can tell in my research, enabling MSI just means that MS just puts the device in the MSI enabled bucket, interrupts without the extra message signalling come in like normal on their line interrupt.
Thank you for that easy-to-follow explanation.