User Manual Dell Adapter Usb-c To Ethernet Pxe Boot

Posted : admin On 12/21/2021
  • Adapter converts USB-C to Ethernet
  • Ethernet adapter enables connectivity
  • Ensures fast streaming and downloads
  • Contains built-in driver for convenient setup
  • Compact size offers easy portability
  1. Dell Usb-c To Ethernet (pxe Boot)

Aug 01, 2019  Because the XPS 15 doesn't come rocking a LAN port, Dell created a simple USB-C to Ethernet adapter that supports PXE boot. It's compatible with 10/100/1000Mbps networks to.

  • The Dell Adapter - USB-C to Ethernet lets you establish a new ethernet connection or connect to another network from an existing USB-C input on your computer.

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    Adapter converts USB-C to Ethernet

    For faster streaming and network connectivity, the Dell Adapter- USB-C to Ethernet enables you to add an Ethernet port using an existing USB-C input on your computer or desktop. A handy addition for users looking to expand or add networks, the adapter lets you establish a new connection or connect to another network without requiring a router or switch.

    Ethernet adapter enables connectivity

    This simple, innovative Ethernet adapter from Dell allows you to extend your device's bandwidth by establishing a new Internet connection. As long as your device is equipped with a USB-C input, this compact adapter ensures seamless results. Best of all, it doesn't require replacing or adding a new network card. Use it to add another network, connect with another computer and enjoy videos and other streaming content faster.

    Use the Dell Adapter - USB-C to Ethernet for faster streaming and downloading of online content.

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    Ensures fast streaming and downloads

    The Dell Adapter- USB-C to Ethernet supports up to Gigabit Ethernet data speeds, so you can enjoy faster streaming of online content, from news and live sports outlets to streaming radio and entertainment sites playing your favorite television shows and movies.

    Contains built-in driver for convenient setup

    The Dell Adapter- USB-C to Ethernet contains a built-in driver for easy setup, eliminating the need to install drivers from a CD or download them from another source. The adapter saves you time by automatically prompting you to install the driver when you plug it in for the first time.

    Compact size offers easy portability

    This small, lightweight adapter is easy to use and keep handy. The adapter is fitted with a USB-C on one end and an RJ-45 on the other.

    Warranty

    Purchase with confidence and rely on the protection of a 1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty from Dell and 1-Year Advanced Exchange Service for your Dell Adapter- USB-C to Ethernet (PXE Boot)

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Intel® Ethernet Flash Firmware Utility

Overview

The Intel® Ethernet Flash Firmware Utility (BootUtil) is a utility that can be used to program the PCI option ROM on the flash

memory of supported Intel PCI Express based network adapters and to update configurations. BootUtil replaces existing

utilities and provides the functionality of the older IBAUTIL, ISCSIUTL, LANUTIL, and FLAUTIL. It supports all adapters

supported by the previous utilities.

NOTES:

Dell Usb-c To Ethernet (pxe Boot)

Updating the adapter's flash memory using BootUtil will erase any existing firmware image from the flash

memory.

If you are updating firmware from version 13.x, you must first update to version 14.0.12 before updating to

firmware version 14.5.x.

After updating the firmware using the Lifecycle Controller or running the Firmware Driver Update Package, the

User Manual Dell Adapter Usb-c To Ethernet Pxe Boot

system must be completely powered down (A/C power removed) and restarted for all changes to take effect.

Intel provides the following flash firmware in FLB file format for programming to the flash memory:

Intel® Boot Agent as PXE Option ROM for legacy BIOS

(http://www.intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/bootagent/)

Intel® Ethernet iSCSI Boot as iSCSI Option ROM for legacy BIOS

(http://www.intel.com/support/network/iscsi/remoteboot/)

Network Connectivity, UEFI network driver (http://www.intel.com/support/network/sb/cs-006120.htm)

OEMs may provide custom flash firmware images for OEM network adapters. Please refer to the instructions given by OEMs.

BootUtil allows the user to flash supported firmware to the adapter from the included master FLB file. This option ROM includes

PXE, iSCSI, FCoE and UEFI drivers, and the image is programmed to the flash memory at once. BootUtil will also build the

User Manual Dell Adapter Usb-c To Ethernet Pxe Boot

required combo images for supported adapters and program those images to the flash, as well. Since both discrete and combo

images are supported, the -BOOTENABLE command ONLY works on combo images.

The Master FLB file (BOOTIMG.FLB) is the new container for all the Intel(R) boot Option ROMs. This file replaces the existing

FLB files for PXE, iSCSI, FCoE and EFI.

NOTE: BootUtil supports older flb files to maintain backwards compatibility with the previous utilities.

BootUtil without command line options will display a list of all supported Intel network ports in the system. BootUtil will also

allow the user to enable or disable the flash memory on specific ports by using -FLASHENABLE or -FLASHDISABLE option in

order to control access to the firmware from the system.

BootUtil allows the user to individually set iSCSI Boot configurations using -NIC=xx -[OPTION]=[VALUE] options. The -I option

is iSCSI specific and will not work for PXE configurations.

NOTES:

BootUtil can display up to 128 adapter ports.

No configuration settings are supported for the UEFI driver.

Functionality from the previous utilities, such as IBAUTIL, is preserved in BootUtil, but the syntax for some

commands may have changed.

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