Intel® 82567 Gigabit Network Connections Support

Last Reviewed: 02-Oct-2017
Article ID: 000005479

Does this information apply to my network connection?

The information applies to the following network connections:

  • Intel® 82567LM Network Connection
  • Intel® 82567LF Network Connection
  • Intel® 82567V Network Connection
  • Intel® 82567LM-2 Network Connection
  • Intel® 82567LF-2 Network Connection
  • Intel® 82567V-2 Network Connection
  • Intel® 82567LF-3 Gigabit Network Connection
  • Intel® 82567LM-3 Gigabit Network Connection
  • Intel® 82567LM-4 Network Connection

Where can I get drivers?

Download generic drivers for Intel® 82567 Gigabit Ethernet Controller.

Your computer manufacturer can customize drivers and software to enable and alter features or provide improved operations on your computer. Contact the manufacturer for the latest updates and technical support information. See Computer Manufacturer Support websites for support information on original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and software/driver downloads.

If you can no longer get driver support from your computer manufacturer, you can download generic Intel drivers. Intel or the OEM may not provide technical support for all generic versions of software drivers.

Where can I get technical support?

Computer vendors provide technical support. See Intel® Desktop Board and Intel® Server Board support.

We develop network components used in motherboards and network adapters. The OEM supports network connections built into their motherboards or network adapters. We don't support OEM-integrated network connections, mobile connections, or OEM adapters.

OEMs support network components listed as a Network Connection (for example, Intel® 82567LM-2 Gigabit Network Connection).

Where can I find product briefs, datasheets, application notes, design guides, and other resources for developers?

See product information on Intel® Ethernet Controllers.

Other support notes

Users have reported issues with network connectivity after their computers wake up. The Microsoft Support articles listed below reportedly resolve this for some customers:

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