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nic drivers for centos for DellPowerEdge T110 II

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Dear Experts:

Installed centos 6.5 (minimal install ) but onboard ethernet card drivers are not found hence ethernet card is not functioning , server PowerEdge T110 II  comes with Integrated Broadcom® BCM5722 Gigabit Ethernet Controller, please suggest where do I get the drivers for the same for centos linux 6.5

Thanks in advance.
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Try the Linux driver half way down the page http://www.broadcom.com/support/ethernet_nic/netxtreme_server.php
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Dell has a driver as well (RHEL6):

ftp://ftp.dell.com/Pages/Drivers/poweredge-t110-2.html

Scroll down, look for the Redhat 6 Linux (broadcom) driver.
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if you have x86_64, click here; if you have i686, click here.

Once downloaded -
rpm -ivh <rpm path>
modprobe bnx2

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