Product Id: 27668213
Description: HPE 561FLR-T - Network adapter - PCIe 2.1 x8 - 10Gb Ethernet x 2 - for ProLiant DL360p Gen8, DL380p Gen8, DL385p Gen8, DL560 Gen8, SL270s Gen8, XL220a Gen8
Mfr Part #: 700700-B21
The HP Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 561FLR-T Adapter is a dual-port 10GBASE-T adapter, featuring the 10Gb Intel X540 Controller in FlexibleLOM form factor designed for HP ProLiant Gen8 rack and tower servers. It delivers full line-rate performance across all ports with low power consumption, utilizing CAT 6A UTP (or better) cabling with distances up to 100 m and is backward compatible to existing 1000BASE-T infrastructure. Providing high performance Ethernet connectivity, this adapter is ideal for virtual server and cloud computing environments. It supports enterprise class features (VLAN tagging, adaptive interrupt coalescing, MSI-X, NIC teaming (bonding), Receive Side Scaling (RSS), jumbo frames, PXE boot) and virtualization features (VMware NetQueue and Microsoft VMQ).
- Industry-leading throughput and latency performance
- Operates at 1 Gb/s / 10 Gb/s, auto-negotiation, on both ports
- 10GBASE-T connectivity supporting up to 100 m with CAT 6A cabling
- Backward compatible with Gigabit network infrastructure
- Intel Integrated I/O with Intel Data Direct I/O improves performance and reduces latency
- Up to 40 Gb/s bi-directional near line rate throughput
- Superior small packet performance
- Low profile design shipping with standard height and low-profile brackets
- Support for SR-IOV
- Active Health Systems support
- PXE, Jumbo Frames, Checksum & Segmentation Offload, IPv6 and RSS
- On chip temperature monitor (Sea of Sensors)
- Field replaceable and upgradeable
- Support for Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE)
- IEEE 1588 (Time Synchronization) ready
- Dual-port 10 Gigabit Converged Ethernet throughput
Delivers 20 Gb/s full duplex Ethernet transfer rate per port.
- Jumbo frames
Supports jumbo frames (also known as extended frames), permitting up to a 9.5K byte (KB) transmission unit (MTU) when running Ethernet I/O traffic.
- TCP/IP stateless offloading
TCP, IP, UDP checksum offload, Large Send Offload (LSO), TCP Segmentation Offload (TSO). These features optimize host efficiency, leaving the CPU available for other duties. The HP 561FLR-T Adapter TCP/IP stateless offloading capability.
- MSI and MSI-X
Provides performance benefits for multi-core servers by load balancing interrupts between CPUs/cores.
- 802.1Q VLANs
Allows each physical port of the adapter to be separated into multiple virtual NICs for added network segmentation and enhanced security and performance. VLANs increase security by isolating traffic between users. Limiting the broadcast traffic to within the same VLAN domain also improves performance.
- Optimized for virtualization
Intel Virtualization Technology for Connectivity (VT-c) for I/O Virtualization supports VMware NetQueue and Microsoft VMQ to help meet the performance demands of consolidated virtual workloads and reducing CPU utilization. Compliant with Single-Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV), accommodating multiple Virtual Machines (VMs) to share single PCIe resources.
- Checksum & Segmentation Offload
Normally the TCP Checksum is computed by the protocol stack. By selecting one of the "Checksum Offload" parameters, the checksum can be computed by the adapter. Segmentation Offload is technique for increasing outbound throughput of high-bandwidth network connections by reducing CPU overhead. The technique is also called TCP segmentation offload (TSO) when applied to TCP, or generic segmentation offload (GSO).
IPv6 uses 128-bit addressing, allowing for more devices and users on the Internet.
- Receive Side Scaling (RSS)
RSS resolves the single-processor bottleneck by allowing the receive side network load from a network adapter to be shared across multiple processors. RSS enables packet receive-processing to scale with the number of available processors.
- Time synchronization implementations (PTP)
Synchronization of system clocks throughout a network, achieving clock accuracy in the sub-microsecond range, making it suitable for measurement and control systems. The HP 561FLR-T Adapter supports Precision Time Protocol-ready (PTP).
- Network adapter teaming
The HP 561FLR-T adapter support for NIC teaming helps IT administrators increase network fault tolerance and increased network bandwidth. The team of adapters can work together as a single virtual adapter. The HP 561FLR-T provides support for several different types of teaming enabling IT administrators to optimize availability, improve performance and help reduce costs.