Thank you for the post. Please enable the pxe boot in BIOS and disable your two onboard NIC.
You may also refer to this website for additional info about the bootutil command.
BOOTENABLE=PXE (Enables PXE and disables iSCSI/FCoE boot for legacy BIOS. )
hope this helps.
thanks for answer but unfortunately it dosent work for me and i will attach printscreen for every step i did :
in step 1 : i tried -BOOTENABLE = PXE , the outpu was that this flag is only supported for combo flash
in step 2 : i tried to update flash using -UP flag , the output was that flash is unsupported
in step 3 : i tried ti enable flash usdin -FE flag , the output was that reboot system is requiered.
And here after rebooting system and trying to update ROM using -up flag so i returend back to step 2 .
Thank you for the info. Can you provide the serial # of the x520-da2 ? The serial number has the format of 12 alphanumeric + 5 alphanumeric + 6-3 digit.
You may refer to this site for reference Intel® Server Adapters — How to Identify the Intel® Network Adapter Model Using the Serial Number?
Please ensure the boot image file is copied into the bootable DOS,so that when you execute the command the bootimage present.
The image file BootIMG.FLB is extracted to the chosen path under \APPS\BootUtil.
Image version information can be found in .\APPS\BootUtil\iv.txt.
Please feel free to update me.
Thank you for the information. The E66562-003 is not a the part number for Intel retail network adapter. You may click on the following link and then press CTRL-F, in the search box, type in E66562, there is no match found.
It is possible your X520-DA is an OEM unit. What is your system model and does this network adapter part of your system ?
System is like this :
I have a server which i want to use like a NAT device , on this server i want to install this adapter .server mother board is supermicro .
And now my seriel number is E66562-xxx and what is interesting or i dont know if its interesting or not i that i found serial on intel
page like this : E66561-xxx .
this is the link from where i bought this adapter :
And this is what i found on Intel :
Further checking in our lab, here is the result after updating the pxe boot using the bootutil command, Under normal condition, if the FLASH is present you should see NIC information below (in case the Flash is initially disabled ) e..g
xxxxxxxxxxxx 1:00.1 10GbE N/A FLASH Disabled
e.g. After running the bootutil -NIC=2 -fe you should see the information below (see the second NIC entry)
Intel(R) Ethernet Flash Firmware Utility
BootUtil version 188.8.131.52
Copyright (C) 2003-2014 Intel Corporation
Type BootUtil -? for help
Port Network Address Location Series WOL Flash Firmware Version
==== =============== ======== ======= === ============================= =======
1 xxxxxxxxxxxx 0:25.0 Gigabit YES FLASH Not Present
2 xxxxxxxxxxxx 1:00.0 10GbE N/A PXE 2.1.70
Note: the xxxxxxxxxxxx refers to the MAC address
I would suggest you to go back to your point of purchase as the network adapter has a different part number and it seems the flash is not present.
Hop this clarifies.