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Hi, we have an HP G6 DL380 running window7 SP1, we have the Intel X520D-2 (10GIG NIC) installed, the OS & router both indicated link speed 10g full duplex, but the wireshark interface detail stated it's only a 1410mbps link speed. we are using wireshark version 1.11.2 Rev 53411 (64 bits) ; WinPcap 4.1.3

any suggestion ??

Thanks in advance Anh

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asked 29 Jan '14, 12:47

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This could be a driver problem or a WinPcap problem (from where Wireshark gets the information about the NIC speed), or even a Wireshark bug (which I don't believe).

To get closer to the answer, please post the output of the following commands:

dumpcap -D -M

plus

wmic NIC where NetEnabled=true list full

or

wmic NIC where NetEnabled=true get Name, Speed

Regards
Kurt

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answered 30 Jan '14, 05:36

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edited 30 Jan '14, 07:32

Hi Kurt, Here's the results:

C:\Program Files\Wireshark>dumpcap -D -M
1. \Device\NPF_{C2B5CD33-AF50-4E37-8719-2B03B7A3DE61}   Broadcom L2 NDIS client
driver  ALU135 MB eth#1 0       fe80::cd2d:8d8f:423:db0b,135.112.74.80  network
2. \Device\NPF_{9FC40E92-445D-4CA0-9F03-0B29CE55F2B3}   Intel(R) Ethernet Server
 Adapter X520-2 PDN3-10-1-12    0       fe80::801:188f:cd23:c191,fe80::801:188f:
cd23:c191       network
3. \Device\NPF_{13E4F5A6-2670-4F88-9AF8-F2115100AD89}   Broadcom L2 NDIS client
driver  5-2-19 pdncore-4 MB eth#3       0       fe80::58f4:1c93:9f14:b3f4,11.11.
11.2    network
4. \Device\NPF_{EFBA455E-5AE7-4741-AF00-7999CA77F034}   Broadcom L2 NDIS client
driver  5-2-19 pdncore-3 MB eth#4       0       fe80::1046:5fbb:adb6:c1f9,3.3.3.
2       network
5. \Device\NPF_{039367CD-0BAD-4446-84D0-C812295D6C38}   Broadcom L2 NDIS client
driver  2-1-3 pdncore1 MB eth#2 0       fe80::211a:2793:8e3b:c5c7,10.10.10.2
network
6. \Device\NPF_{D59296F6-A407-4D5B-818B-C7985286605E}   Intel(R) Ethernet Server
 Adapter X520-2 PDN4-10-1-12    0       fe80::a05b:4860:bdf7:d4f1,4.4.4.4
network

C:\Program Files\Wireshark>
(30 Jan '14, 07:10) Texamau

what about the wmic command (see my answer)?

(30 Jan '14, 07:17) Kurt Knochner ♦

here the wmic cmd:

C:\Program Files\Wireshark>
C:\Program Files\Wireshark>wmic NIC where NetEnabled=true get NAme, Speed
Name                                                      Speed
Broadcom BCM5709C NetXtreme II GigE (NDIS VBD Client)     1000000000
Broadcom BCM5709C NetXtreme II GigE (NDIS VBD Client) #2  1000000000
Broadcom BCM5709C NetXtreme II GigE (NDIS VBD Client) #3  1000000000
Broadcom BCM5709C NetXtreme II GigE (NDIS VBD Client) #4  100000000
Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter X520-2                   10000000000

C:\Program Files\Wireshark>
(30 Jan '14, 11:29) Texamau

O.K. as windows shows the correct value, it's most certainly a WinPcap problem. Please report the bug to the WinPcap folks at www.winpcap.org

(30 Jan '14, 11:38) Kurt Knochner ♦
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