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Hello,

When I send a pause frame on my 10G SFP+ SuperMicro Board (INTEL chipset), I cannot see the pause frame detected on wireshark. The Linux driver is ixgbe.

When I send a pause frame on my 10G CX4 board, I CAN See the pause frame detected on wireshark.

Can you tell me why I cannot see the pause frame with the 10G SFP+ SuperMicro Board on wireshark.

Thank you for help. Serge

asked 10 Mar '14, 06:00

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Do you know if the pause frame even comes up through from the hardware? It might as well be handled in the chipset. Check the relevant documentation of that item.

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answered 10 Mar '14, 09:51

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Hello Jaap,

Yes the frame is coming to the board. If I just change the Opcode : 8808 by 0888 for example, the frame is detected on Wireshark as a undefined frame.

Thanks for help. Serge

(10 Mar '14, 10:34) serge
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