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intergrated PC NICS can't get through PIX

I have several PC's with intergrated network cards that can't get to the internet. If we replace the NIC with a PCI NIC it resolves the problem. Anyone know of a reason what could cause such a problem?

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Re: intergrated PC NICS can't get through PIX

What's the MAC address(es) on the integrated cards? What version of PIX code are you running.

There is a bug in older PIX code where it won't learn MAC addresses in the form 0008.xxxx.xxxx. Bug ID is CSCdt47829 (http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/onebug.pl?bugid=CSCdt47829)

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Re: intergrated PC NICS can't get through PIX

What's the MAC address(es) on the integrated cards? What version of PIX code are you running.

There is a bug in older PIX code where it won't learn MAC addresses in the form 0008.xxxx.xxxx. Bug ID is CSCdt47829 (http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/onebug.pl?bugid=CSCdt47829)

Re: intergrated PC NICS can't get through PIX

Are you able to ping the internal ip address of the pix when using the integrated network cards? If not, then there might be some misconfiguration of the linkspeed (10/100Mbit) and the duplex mode (half/full). If the integrated network cards are in autosensing mode, try to change it to a fix setting (eg. 10 Mbit/half duplex).

Kind Regards,

Tom

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