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  1.    06 Sep 2017 #11
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    Okay, so I checked it.

    If the connection is established then:
    Active/link/led displays "ON"
    Speed led shows a green color.

    otherwise, they are both off.


    Onboard LAN: In bios that option was set to disable if I enable it, then after reboot network card displays lights ( green and on), then when windows loading, network card again turns off
    Dr. LAN: I didn't find that option, where It could be?
    I have: ASROCK UEFI SETUP UTILITY, don't know which version :/
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  2.    06 Sep 2017 #12
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    Your version will be on the Main page of utility.

    Dr. Lan should be right under Onboard Lan, at least in the manual I was looking at, which I thought was yours, P67 Pro 3.

    Not understanding how Onboard Lan was disabled. Now that you enabled if you go back in is DR. Lan displayed? While you say the lights go off during the boot do they quickly resume and then connect to router.

    On the subject of UEFI, have you checked to see if there is a more up to date UEFI for your device.

    I'm not recommending updating, I'm asking is there an updated one?
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  3.    07 Sep 2017 #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caledon Ken View Post
    Your version will be on the Main page of utility.
    The version of utility is: P67 Pro 3 P3.20Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caledon Ken View Post
    Dr. Lan should be right under Onboard Lan, at least in the manual I was looking at, which I thought was yours, P67 Pro 3.
    There is no Dr. Lan option :/
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    Also, I checked manual, there is not Dr. Lan? Maybe I found wrong documentation.
    http://asrock.nl/downloadsite/Manual/P67%20Pro3.pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by Caledon Ken View Post
    Not understanding how Onboard Lan was disabled. Now that you enabled if you go back in is DR. Lan displayed? While you say the lights go off during the boot do they quickly resume and then connect to the router.
    Yes, I was wrong. I found other option which was called "Boot from onboard LAN". I thought it is it. But today I found the right "Onboard Lan" option, under another tab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caledon Ken View Post
    On the subject of UEFI, have you checked to see if there is a more up to date UEFI for your device.
    I see, that there is 3.30 version on their site.
    ASRock > P67 Pro3

    Should I try to update? I never did it.
    I bought that motherboard about 4-5 years ago


    And Thank you, for helping me in that subject. I really appreciate that someone helps me.
    You could not, but you are doing it so, thank you!
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  4.    07 Sep 2017 #14
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    Thanks for all the great screen shots. Interesting that when I searched I found different documentation. I'll bet I found wrong docs, not you. Could you restate the motherboard you have including Rev #?

    You do not want to boot from LAN, that is usually used in big organizations to handle updates and maintenance remotely.

    BIOS updates come with a certain risk. If something goes wrong, on most machines they becomes Bricks, in other words dead, useless non functioning. Some have backups you can restore from.

    I cannot recommend updating BIOS as I cannot assume the risk for your device. I've updated lots of BIOS's as a lot of members have. I've never had one go bad but it does and can happen. Lets see if we can't find another alternative.

    Do you own your own router that we could put between the telco router and your machine?
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  5.    07 Sep 2017 #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caledon Ken View Post
    Thanks for all the great screen shots. Interesting that when I searched I found different documentation. I'll bet I found wrong docs, not you. Could you restate the motherboard you have including Rev #?
    It's: ASRock P67 Pro3, REV. G/A 1.02

    Quote Originally Posted by Caledon Ken View Post
    You do not want to boot from LAN, that is usually used in big organizations to handle updates and maintenance remotely.
    Oh, okay. Didn't know that I'm not familiar with such settings... Then I will disable it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Caledon Ken View Post
    BIOS updates come with a certain risk. If something goes wrong, on most machines they becomes Bricks, in other words dead, useless non functioning. Some have backups you can restore from.
    I will try it if we won't find any other solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by Caledon Ken View Post
    Do you own your own router that we could put between the telco router and your machine?
    Yes,I still have D-Link DIR-615. I will try to make a bridge
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  6.    07 Sep 2017 #16
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    Not a bridge. If you take a cable from your telco ports then plug it into your WAN port on D-Link. Hopefully your dlink is not using the same IP range.

    Then plug your device into port on dlink. Test.

    If they are using same IP range you will have to set dlink to different range like 192.168.15.0

    I'll look up manual again. That said it will be later, sorry but I have some customer calls today.

    Ken

    Edit 1: please use dynamic ip address on computer, not static.
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  7.    07 Sep 2017 #17
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    Yup, works perfectly.
    I plugged the cable into WAN on my router. (D-LInk has 192.168.0.1-100 range)
    Connection established immediately.

    But I think it's not really solution :/ Now I have 2 routers. Works great, but it would be awesome to use only one


    Edit: Yes, I'm using dynamic. I changed it after static didn't work
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  8.    07 Sep 2017 #18
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    Agree not a solution but we want to try to isolate where issue stems from. If we saw same behavior on dlink then we keep looking at computer.

    Sorry could you share the router name the telco gave you?




    Edit 1: Got to go. Pick this up later.
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  9.    07 Sep 2017 #19
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    Yup, it's HUAWEI HG8245H.Generally, the problem is, that the serviceman came to me, and tested that router. And it worked perfectly on their devices. But unfortunately, not on mine :/
    Also, they don't have anything else than that model. So I stuck with that Huawei.

    I have to say, that they disabled a lot of functions, so I don't know if I could do anything inside. But I can always send a request to them, to change such things.
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  10.    07 Sep 2017 #20
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    Downloaded their manual. Intense. Didn't see anything that jumped out at me except one liner under trouble shooting.

    The cable you are using between your device and their router, did they test their device using this cable?

    What are the ratings on the cable you are using? Cat 5, 5E, 6.

    On page 6-10 in manual, section 6.3.4 the very first check they suggest is "Check whether the network cables match device".

    I also have a P67 and my board (Asus) has an Intel 82579V Nic. One of the Advance Options is Wait for Link. I wonder if you have something similar that you could experiment with. Note setting before changing.

    Next I would call telco and ask them if they have any documentation regarding the NIC settings. There has to be half a dozen or more settings like "Jumbo Packets", "Interrupt Moderation", "Gigabit Master Slave Mode". Maybe one of these settings needs to be changed on adapter and guessing could take you years.
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