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HP DL320E G8 and Windows Servers - Random network issues

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Hello,

We are having some random issues with HP DL320E G8 servers that runs Windows Servers. After some time the IPs from the Windows servers starts flapping (40 icmp ping fine and 40 icmp pings timeout). The IPs configured in iLo (same range and interface) do not show any issues, it pings perfectly.

On the whole Datacenter, this is only happening with servers running DL320E G8 that runs Windows Servers.

We have upgraded iLo firmware to the latest release but no luck.
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Maybe you should upgrade your non-ILO firmware?  That's one of the first things I'd think of.
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It was something inside our network and not the the servers.
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The issue was not related to the hardware.
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