This release includes Linux* Base Drivers for Intel® Ethernet Network Connections. igb driver supports all 82575-, 82576-, 82580-, I350-, I210-, I211- and I354-based gigabit network connections. e1000e driver supports all PCI Express gigabit network connections, except those that are 82575-, 82576-, 82580-, and I350-, I210-, and I211-based*. Notes

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To enable or disable multiple receive and transmit queues that are used by the igb network driver. Commitment Level. Unstable. intr_force Description. This parameter is used to XenServer 7.4, igb, and SR-IOV - Networking - Discussions

Linux Driver for Intel® Gigabit Network Connections

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