[ipxe-devel] problem realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family controller

Arkoth arkoth.stockage at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 20:27:50 BST 2014


Ok, I understand your answer...

But I try to know why my system is so slow ...

If I use vmware to boot ipxe... my winpe / wimboot can boot in few
seconds...
But if I use it on my motherboard direcly with my realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe
GBE Family controller ... it boot in 7-8 minutes...

my script:

>   kernel wimboot
>   initrd livecd/winpe3/BOOT/BCD                       BCD
>   initrd livecd/winpe3/BOOT/BOOT.SDI                  BOOT.SDI
>   initrd -n boot.wim ${boot-url}/PXE/livecd/winpe3/SOURCES/BOOT.WIM
> BOOT.WIM
>   boot


I can see "http://192.168.1.20/PXE/livecd/winpe3/SOURCES/BOOT.WIM"
downloading... in 7-8 minutes

=> BOOT.WIM : 140Mo

Can you help me please ?


2014-10-20 16:35 GMT+02:00 Michael Brown <mcb30 at ipxe.org>:

> On 19/10/14 17:11, Arkoth wrote:
>
>> And I have a problem with my realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe GBE Family
>> controller / Motherboard MSI MS-7681 P67A-GD55:
>> http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/411671IMG20141019154605.jpg
>>
>> RXE: 5 x "Operation not supported ( http://ipxe.org/3c086003 )"
>>
>> 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)
>>
>
> Look slightly further down that page, where it says:
>
>   "This error indicates that a packet was received for an unsupported
>    network-layer protocol. This error is generally harmless. For example,
>    received IPv6 packets may trigger this error, if your build of iPXE is
>    compiled without IPv6 support."
>
> Michael
>
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