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Intel® Ethernet Controller I350: Frequently Asked QuestionsThis document contains a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) for the I350. Entries are not listed in any particular order.1. Does the Intel® Ethernet Controller I350 support EEPROM-less designs? Yes. This requires custom drivers for proper operation. 2. What power supplies does the Intel® Ethernet Controller I350 require? 3.3V, 1.8V, and 1.0V.3. Which power rails are sourced from main power? Intel® Ethernet Controller I350 power should be derived from AUX power. Designers have the option of using on-die Voltage Regulation control to derive 1.8V and 1.0V power from a 3.3V aux power source.4. Which ports are available on the dual port SKU? Ports 0 and 1 are available on the dual port SKU.5. Are the MAC addresses still automatically calculated like on the 82576? No. Each MAC address must be programmed individually.Read the full Intel® Ethernet Controller I350: Frequently Asked Questions.
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