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Flash WinYao WYI350-T4 EEPROM with EEUpdate

Intel BootUtil v19.1, WinYao i350-T4

The adapter is in a state with Intel iSCSI Remote Boot Agent that it won't save or display any parameters. The NIC EEPROM is rewritten to overcome this. When it started the NIC had eeprom v1.56. Upon completion it has v0.30.

> BOOTUTILW64E.EXE -NIC=1

Intel(R) Ethernet Flash Firmware Utility
BootUtil version 1.4.103.0
Copyright (C) 2003-2014 Intel Corporation

Port Network Address Location Series  WOL Flash Firmware                Version
==== =============== ======== ======= === ============================= =======
  1   2C534A000FF6     2:00.0 Gigabit NO  iSCSI Primary                 3.0.23
  2   2C534A000FF7     2:00.1 Gigabit N/A iSCSI                         3.0.23
  3   2C534A000FF8     2:00.2 Gigabit N/A iSCSI                         3.0.23
  4   2C534A000FF9     2:00.3 Gigabit N/A iSCSI                         3.0.23

EEUpdate

Display the EEPROM version information:

> EEUPDATEW64e.exe /ALL /EEPROMVER

Using: Intel (R) PRO Network Connections SDK v2.22.14
EEUPDATE v5.22.14.00
Copyright (C) 1995 - 2013 by Intel (R) Corporation.
Intel (R) Confidential and not for general distribution.


NIC Bus Dev Fun Vendor-Device  Branding string
=== === === === ============= =================================================
  1   2  00  00   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  2   2  00  01   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  3   2  00  02   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  4   2  00  03   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4

 1: EEPROM Image Version: 1.56
 2: EEPROM Image Version: 1.56
 3: EEPROM Image Version: 1.56
 4: EEPROM Image Version: 1.56

Update the NIC EEPROM with the updated data (WinYao):

> EEUPDATEW64e.exe -NIC=1 -D 4.EEP
Using: Intel (R) PRO Network Connections SDK v2.22.14
EEUPDATE v5.22.14.00
Copyright (C) 1995 - 2013 by Intel (R) Corporation.
Intel (R) Confidential and not for general distribution.


NIC Bus Dev Fun Vendor-Device  Branding string
=== === === === ============= =================================================
  1   2  00  00   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  2   2  00  01   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  3   2  00  02   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  4   2  00  03   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4

Writing EEPROM.  PLEASE DO NOT INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS.
 1:  EEPROM image (excluding MAC Address) updated successfully.
 1:  Updating Checksum and CRCs...Done.

This didn't yield a good result, so the intel image was applied (v0.30):

> EEUPDATEW64e.exe -ALL -D II350T4.EEP

Using: Intel (R) PRO Network Connections SDK v2.22.14
EEUPDATE v5.22.14.00
Copyright (C) 1995 - 2013 by Intel (R) Corporation.
Intel (R) Confidential and not for general distribution.


NIC Bus Dev Fun Vendor-Device  Branding string
=== === === === ============= =================================================
  1   2  00  00   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  2   2  00  01   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  3   2  00  02   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  4   2  00  03   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4

Writing EEPROM.  PLEASE DO NOT INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS.
 1:  EEPROM image (excluding MAC Address) updated successfully.
 1:  Updating Checksum and CRCs...Done.
Writing EEPROM.  PLEASE DO NOT INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS.
 2:  EEPROM image (excluding MAC Address) updated successfully.
 2:  Updating Checksum and CRCs...Done.
Writing EEPROM.  PLEASE DO NOT INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS.
 3:  EEPROM image (excluding MAC Address) updated successfully.
 3:  Updating Checksum and CRCs...Done.
Writing EEPROM.  PLEASE DO NOT INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS.
 4:  EEPROM image (excluding MAC Address) updated successfully.
 4:  Updating Checksum and CRCs...Done.

Test

> EEUPDATEW64e.exe -ALL -test
Using: Intel (R) PRO Network Connections SDK v2.22.14
EEUPDATE v5.22.14.00
Copyright (C) 1995 - 2013 by Intel (R) Corporation.
Intel (R) Confidential and not for general distribution.


NIC Bus Dev Fun Vendor-Device  Branding string
=== === === === ============= =================================================
  1   2  00  00   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  2   2  00  01   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  3   2  00  02   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
  4   2  00  03   8086-1521    Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4

1: passed EEPROM Test.
2: passed EEPROM Test.
3: passed EEPROM Test.
4: passed EEPROM Test.

Help

Using: Intel (R) PRO Network Connections SDK v2.22.14
EEUPDATE v5.22.14.00 
Copyright (C) 1995 - 2013 by Intel (R) Corporation.
Intel (R) Confidential and not for general distribution.
-----------------------------------------------------
Options:
    /HELP or /?
       Displays command line help.
    /EXITCODES
       Displays exit code help.
    /ALL
       Selects all adapters found in the system.
    /NIC=XX
       Selects a specific adapter (1-32).
    /BUS=XX
       Selects PCI bus of adapter to program.  Must be used with the DEV
       parameter to specify an adapter.
    /DEV=XX
       Selects PCI device of the adapter to program.  Must be used with the
       BUS parameter to specify an adapter.
    /FUN=XX
       Selects PCI function of the adapter to program.  Must be used with both
       the BUS and DEV parameters to specify an adapter.
    /DEVICE=<pci device ID>
       4 hex digit device id of card to program.
    /SUBDEVICE=<pci subsystem device ID>
       4 hex digit subsystem device id of card to program.
    /DUMP
       Dumps EEPROM memory contents to file.
    /MAC_DUMP_FILE
       Dumps the MAC address to a file usable by the /A command.
    /MAC_DUMP
       Displays the adapter LAN MAC address.
    /CB <offset> <bitmask>
       Clears bits in the EEPROM, specified in <bitmask>.
    /SB <offset> <bitmask>
       Sets bits in the EEPROM, specified in <bitmask>.
    /RW <word>
       Reads <word> from the EEPROM.
    /WW <word> <value>
       Writes <value> into <word> in EEPROM.
    /MAC=macaddr
       Programs the EEPROM with only the MAC address of
       macaddr without changing the rest of the EEPROM.
    /A <addrfile> or /address <addrfile>
       Programs the EEPROM with only the MAC address from
       the <addrfile> without changing the rest of the
       EEPROM.
    /D <imagefile> or /DATA <imagefile>
       Programs the EEPROM with the contents of <imagefile>
       without changing the MAC address.
    /CALCCHKSUM
       Forces the EEPROM checksum and CRCs to be updated.
    /EEPROMVER
       Displays the version of the EEPROM image.
    /INVMVERSION
       Displays the version of the iNVM image.
    /PCIINFO
       Displays the PCI information of the adapter.
    /TEST
       Checks the EEPROM checksum and size.
    /IDFLASH
       Displays the flash ID and its protected status.
    /VERSION
       Displays version and the diagnostic library information.
    /GUI
       Brings up GUI mode.
    /GUI /HELP
       Displays GUI help.
    /NOPROT
       When programming an image for devices that support NVM protection,
       prevents protection from being enabled.  This switch must be used
       with the /DATA command and has no effect on NVM devices that are
       already protected.
    /DEBUGLOG <debugfile>
       Log debug messages into the debugfile.
    /VERIFY <targetfile>
       Verifies the eeprom image in eeprom to the target file
       specified in <targetfile>.
    /ADAPTERRESET
       Reset the adapter.
       *CAUTION* This will unload the driver for this device if present.
    /SANMAC_DUMP
       Displays the dedicated MAC address for the SAN.
    /SANMAC=macaddr
       Programs the dedicated SAN MAC address without
       changing the rest of the EEPROM.
    /SANADDRESS <addrfile>
       Programs the dedicated SAN MAC address with the
       MAC address from <addrfile>.
    /INVMVERIFY /FILE=<[path\]filename>]
       Compares autoload configuration stored in OTP memory
       with the configuration defined in configuration file.
    /INVMTEST /FILE=<[path\]filename>]
       Report number of free space left in INVM if autoload configuration
       defined in configuration file would be applied.
    /INVMUPDATE /FILE=<[path\]filename>]
       Write new autoload configuration defined in Raw (*.raw) configuration
       file to empty INVM or updates current autoload configuration stored in
       INVM based on 'human readable' configuration file.
    /INVMISLOCKED
       Checks if autoload configuration stored in OTP
       memory is protected against write attempts
    /INVMLOCK
       Sets unique record in autoload configuration stored in INVM
       protecting its content against further updates.
    /INVMGET
       Dumps autoload configuration stored in INVM to file
       with predefined name <mac address hex string>.otp.
    /FORCE
       Omits any warnings and forces command execution.
    /KEEPCONFIG
       This option lets you keep config words while upgrading eeprom.
    /PORT_MAC=macaddr /NUM=Port_num
       Programs the dedicated Port MAC address without
       changing the rest of the EEPROM.
    /PORT_MAC_DUMP /NUM=Port_num
       Display the adapter port MAC address.
    /SERIAL_MAC=macaddre
       Programs the dedicated PCIe serial MAC address without
       changing the rest of the EEPROM.
    /SERIAL_MAC_DUMP
       Display the adapter PCIe serial MAC address.
     /PF_MAC=macaddr /NUM=PF_num
       Programs the dedicated MAC address of a specified Physical Function
       This allows altering the mac addresses of inactive functions of a
       visible NIC.
     /PF_MAC_DUMP /NUM=PF_num
       Display MAC address of a selected Physical Function of the
       specified NIC. This allows dumping MAC addresses of inactive functions
       Of a visible device.

LanConf

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Celo

 

Intel (R) PRO Adapter
End of Line Diagnostic Utility  v1.22.14.00
Copyright (C) 2002 - 2013 by Intel (R) Corporation.
Intel (R) Confidential and not for general distribution.

Found Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
Card 1: Bus=2 Dev=0 Function=0 MAC Address=2C534A000FF6 IRQ=98

Testing adapter...hit <ESC> to abort.
Device Registers...PASSED
EEPROM Test...PASSED
FIFO Test...UNSUPPORTED
Internal (Extended) Loopback Test...PASSED
Testing completed.

Found Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
Card 2: Bus=2 Dev=0 Function=1 MAC Address=2C534A000FF7 IRQ=179

Testing adapter...hit <ESC> to abort.
Device Registers...PASSED
EEPROM Test...PASSED
FIFO Test...UNSUPPORTED
Internal (Extended) Loopback Test...PASSED
Testing completed.

Found Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
Card 3: Bus=2 Dev=0 Function=2 MAC Address=2C534A000FF8 IRQ=147

Testing adapter...hit <ESC> to abort.
Device Registers...PASSED
EEPROM Test...PASSED
FIFO Test...UNSUPPORTED
Internal (Extended) Loopback Test...PASSED
Testing completed.

Found Intel(R) Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4
Card 4: Bus=2 Dev=0 Function=3 MAC Address=2C534A000FF9 IRQ=96

Testing adapter...hit <ESC> to abort.
Device Registers...PASSED
EEPROM Test...PASSED
FIFO Test...UNSUPPORTED
Internal (Extended) Loopback Test...PASSED
Testing completed.

Help

CELO [Options]

OPTIONS:
   Non-Network Diagnostics:
   /EEPROM         - Test EEPROM Checksum.
   /FIFOS          - Test FIFOS on Network Adapter.
   /IRQ            - Test Network Adapter IRQ.
   /REGS           - Perform Read/Write tests on Network Adapter.
   /DIAGS          - Run Non-Network diagnostic tests:
                     REGS, EEPROM, FIFOS, Internal Loopback.
   /MACADDR X      - Checks first three bytes of MAC address. Where X
                     is a six digit hex number. Up to five MAC address
                     prefixes, seperated by spaces, can be tested.
   /FLASH          - Tests for a working flash

   /AMT           - Tests Intel(R) AMT functionality. The test will return:
                    Pass - AMT is configured and working correctly.
                    Fail - AMT is configured and enabled but not working.
                    Unsupported - AMT is not configured on this adapter
                    or this adapter is incapable of running AMT.
   /IOAT          - Tests Intel(R) I/O Acceleration Technology. Tests will
                    return:
                    Pass - I/O Acceleration Technology is working correctly.
                    Fail - I/O Acceleration Technology is not working.
                    Unsupported - Adapter does not support I/O Acceleration
                    Technology.

  Network Diagnostics:
   /LINK          - Check for Network Adapter Link.  Note: This test
                    is supported in auto-negotiation mode.
                    The TTL test is recommended over the LINK test.
   /TTL           - The Time To Link Test will time how long it takes to
                    link with the specified link partner. Different link
                    speeds can be set by both forcing and auto-negotiating
                    to test at various speeds and settings.
   /LB            - Run Internal Loopback Test
                    It runs the best loopback test that the adapter supports.
   /EXTLB [W X Y Z] - Test External Loopback with an external dongle where
                     W = <10Mbps Tx Count - default: 500>,
                     X = <100Mbps Tx Count - default: 500>,
                     Y = <1000Mbps Tx Count - default: 5000>.
                     Z = <10000Mbps Tx Count - default: 5000>.
   /TIMEOUT [n]   - When used with the /EXTLB command, the /TIMEOUT option
                    will cause the test to fail after the specified 'n' number
                    of seconds.
   /TDR           - Run TDR test
   /NWTEST        - Run Network Test which searches for a responder, when the
                    responder is located, it sends directed packets to the
                    responder in lock-step. It sends packets in random sizes
                    with varying data contents and validates the contents of
                    each packet. If a responder does not exist, the test fails.
                    Note: You must have link to run this test.
   /NETWORK       - Run Network specific diagnostic tests:
                    LINK, NWTEST.
   /SENDRESP [X Y] - Run peer sender/responder test from NIC X to NIC Y both
                    present in the same system. This will send a preset number
                    of packets from one adapter to the other and verify
                    reception and validity of the packets from the partner.
                    This will run the test at all speeds supported by both the
                    sender adapter and the responder adapter.  This is a
                    hardware test to verify adapter design functionality.
                    Note: This test assumes the adapters are connected directly
                          via a crossover cable not through a switch or a hub.
                          Results going through a switch or hub are not
                          predictable. No support for Spanning Tree
                          environments.
   /MAXSPEED      - Deprecated. Peer responder now fails if it cannot link at
                    the max common speed supported by *both* sender and
                    responder.
   /CARD=XX       - Allows user to select which Network Adapter
                    to test (1-32).
   /CARD X Y Z    - Test card installed at X, Y, Z, where
                    X = Bus #, Y = Device #, and Z = Function # (in decimal).
   /EXCLUDE=XX    - Allows user to select a Network Adapter to exclude from
                    testing (1-32).
   /EXCLUDE X Y Z - Exclude card installed at X, Y, Z from testing, where
                    X = Bus #, Y = Device #, and Z = Function # (in decimal).
                    When this option is used CELO assumes that only the card
                    being excluded may have drivers loaded on it.  If this
                    is not the case, and if drivers are present on cards
                    being tested then results are unpredictable (it will
                    result in system hang).
   /HOTSWAP       - Test PCI Express card with Hotswap feature.
                    Hotswap stops the test and prompts the user
                    to swap the card.
                    Note: This is system dependent and may not work.

  Bypass configuration:
  /BYPASS_DEVICES                - Shows available adapters and bypass support.
  /BYPASS_FORCE=forceMode        - Force requested state on switching matrix.
  /BYPASS_STATUS                 - Display status of the relays.
  /BYPASS_AUX_ON=mode            - Determines what action the microcontroller
                                   should take on first power on when aux
                                   supply is applied.
  /BYPASS_MAIN_ON=mode           - Determines what action the microcontroller
                                   should take on system power on when the
                                   main supply is ramped up.
  /BYPASS_MAIN_OFF=mode          - Determines what action the microcontroller
                                   should take on system power down when the
                                   main supply is ramped down.
  /BYPASS_AUX_OF=mode            - Determines what action the microcontroller
                                   should take if a power failure is detected.
  /BYPASS_WD_TIMEOUT=mode        - Determines what action the microcontroller
                                   should take if watchdog timeout event is
                                   detected.
  /BYPASS_ENABLE_WD              - Enables Watchdog Timer.
  /BYPASS_DISABLE_WD             - Disables Watchdog Timer.
  /BYPASS_WD_TIMEOUT_VALUE timeout - Sets low resoulution Watchdog Timeout.
  /BYPASS_RESTORE                - Restores port pairs to known preconfigured
                                   default state.
  /BYPASS_CLEARLOG               - Clear event log content on the bypass NIC.

    forceMode - one of: {AUTO, NORMAL, BYPASS, ISOLATE}
    mode - one of: {KEEP, NORMAL, BYPASS, ISOLATE}
    timeout - one of: {1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 8, 16, 32}

  Other:
   /? or /HELP    - Brings up command line help.
   /LOOP          - Causes CELO to loop until <ESC> key is hit.
   /LOOP n        - Causes CELO to loop n times, where n is the number of
                    loops designated by the user.
   /STOPFAIL      - CELO will stop testing and exit, if a test fails
                    (by default, CELO doesn't exit upon failure).
   /LOGFILE=(<[path\]filename> | OFF)
                  - By default output is logged to CELO.LOG.
                    LOGFILE is use to specify an alternate path and
                    file name or to turn logging off. 
   /ERRORLOG[=<[path\]filename>]
                    - Output is only logged if an error or test failure
                      occurs.  If no file name is specified output is
                      directed to ERROR.LOG
   /SILENT          - Causes CELO to suppress output to the screen.
   /SHOWLINKINFO    - Runs applicable Non-Network diagnostics as well as
                      displaying the adapter's link status on screen. May take
                      up to 10 seconds for link auto-negotiation
   /EEPROMVER       - Displays the version of the EERPOM image on screen.
   /FORCEDSPEED X   - Select the speed and duplex where X is one of:
                      10H, 10F, 100H, 100F.  Note: 10GbE cannot be forced
                      and 1000h violates 1GbE protocol.
                      Note that not all speeds can be forced and that
                      forcing speed only on one end can cause a speed-duplex
                      mismatch in which case the link results can be
                      unpredictable.
   /AUTONEGSPEED X  - Select the speed and duplex where X is one of:
                      10H, 10F, 100H, 100F, 1000, 10G (depending on the
                      NIC capabilities).Note: 1000h violates 1GbE protocol.
                      Different link speeds can be set by both forcing and
                      autonegotiating to test at various speeds and settings.
   /DEVICES         - Displays the device list and quits.
   /VERSION         - Displays CELO version information and the diagnostic
                      library version information.
   /RESPONDER       - Puts the adapter into responder mode for /nwtest.
   /INVMVERIFY /FILE=<[path\]filename>]
                    - Compares autoload configuration stored in OTP memory
                      with the configuration defined in configuration file.
   /INVMISLOCKED    - Checks if autoload configuration stored in OTP memory
                      is protected against write attempts
   /INVMTEST=XXX    - Checks if the continues region of XXX empty bytes
                      or more has left for any update.
   /NVMSECURITY     - Checks if appropriate NVM image has been loaded
                      during manufacturing and NVM security is enabled
   /INVMVERSION     - Displays the version of the iNVM image on screen.

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