Intel® QSFP+ Configuration Utility - Linux* - Final Release

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1/14/2020

Introduction

Downloads Intel® QSFP+ Configuration Utility version 2.34.17.3 for Linux*. - Final Release

Available Downloads

  • Linux*
  • Size: 1.3 MB
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  • Linux*
  • Size: 1.3 MB
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Detailed Description

Update Note:  Record updated on 02/05/2020 (files & file version unchanged)

Overview 

The Intel® QSFP+ Configuration Utility is a command line utility that allows users to change the link type of the installed QSFP+ module. The supported types are defined within the adapter's NVM. This utility displays only the devices that potentially support QSFP+ reconfiguration. Only one port per device is displayed, since changes affect the device as a whole, not individual ports.

NOTE: A reboot is required to apply configuration changes. On systems running Oracle Solaris* 11, you must perform a full reboot, not a fast reboot.

Supported operating systems

  • Microsoft Windows Server* 2008 R2 and later
  • Windows PE* 3.0 and later
  • Linux Kernel* 2.6/3.x and later
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 6.5 and later
  • SUSE* Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP4 and later
  • UEFI 2.1 and later
  • Oracle Solaris* 11
  • VMWare ESXi* 5.5 and later
  • FreeBSD* 10.1 and later

Notes

  • On systems running Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, or ESXi, the base driver must be
    present for QCU to function correctly.
  • On Microsoft Windows systems, if the driver required to run the tool is not present on the system, it will automatically be installed when QCU is run.

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