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Intel® Ethernet Controller I211 Frequently Asked QuestionsThis document contains a list of technical, design, sales, and marketing frequently asked questions (FAQs) for the Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 and Intel® Ethernet Controller I211. It consolidates two separate FAQ lists into one.BackgroundThe Intel Ethernet Controller I210 (I210) is a single-port, compact, low-power component that supports GbE designs. The Intel Ethernet Controller I210-AT and IT offer a fully-integrated GbE media access control (MAC) and a physical layer (PHY) port. The Intel Ethernet Controller I210-IS offers a fully-integrated MAC and an SGMII/SerDes port that can be connected to a backplane or an external PHY. The Intel Ethernet Controller I210 also supports PCI Express* [PCIe v2.1 (2.5 GT/s)].The Intel Ethernet Controller I211 (I211) is a single-port, compact, low-power component that supports GbE designs. The Intel Ethernet Controller I211 offers a fully-integrated GbE MAC, PHY port, and supports PCI Express* [PCIe v2.1 (2.5 GT/s)]. Note that the Intel Ethernet Controller I211 operates without an external flash memory.Read the full Intel® Ethernet Controller I211 FAQ.
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