649283-B21 (dual-port QSFP+
A big shout out to @tsys and @hmartin for spending time and effort into this topic.
I don't know what revision sysmocom has, I previously purchased from them and it was revision A (but this was before I opened the GitHub issue). You could message them on Twitter to ask.A big shout out to @tsys and @hmartin for spending time and effort into this topic.
I would like to purchase 2 adapters for HPE 533FLR-T 2-Port 10GbE PCI-Express x8 Network adapter cards (RJ45 ports).
Ideally I want the adapter to be Plug and Play - no soldering etc.
Where may I buy those? I am located in Germany.
I found this, but do not know the revision - A, B? C most like not.
Tobias "TobleMiner" Schramm designed an open source hardware adapter to make use of HPE FlexibleLOM adapters in normal, standard PCIe x8 slots. This is a parts kit consisting of the HPE-FlexibleLOM-adapter PCB and the matching PCIe x8 edge launch connector. The parts kit still needs to be...shop.sysmocom.de
No, only Rev C. Broadcom-based cards require A10 and A11 to be pulled to 3.3V, which Rev B does not do.I am curious: wasn't revision B to work out of the box with the 533FLR-T?
I don't believe NBASE-T is supported by the cards, the NBASE-T standard is too recent (802.3bz-2016, versus the cards which are from 2014).I do have a new question:
Is it possible to set up the NIC with 2,5 or 5 GBit mixed mode?
the NIC HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 533FLR-T does only offer 1 or 10 GBit speed, no 2,5 or 5 GBit inbetween in Windows 10. TrueNAS only shows a 1 GBit connection as of yet since I do not have another 10 GBit card atm.
Really? I have not had any issues in fitting the cards into the PCI slot opening in the chassis. They cannot mount like a normal PCI card because they are missing the L-bend, but I didn't have to modify the case. Can you provide some photos of what you mean?the adapter is working - cutting the rear of the PC case was required, the adapter and NIC do not align.