Bay Trail J1900-4xIntel 82583V Gigabit NICs; LAN4 NIC visible only to pciconf?
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Hi, I'm new to pfSense and running 2.4.0 beta, latest and greatest with everything up to date via console as of writing…
For some reason my 4th LAN port has gone missing. All 4 are: class=0x020000, card=0x6c401462, chip=0x150c8086, rev=0x00, hdr=0x00.
Upon initial inspection, pciconf -lv shows em0, em1, em2 just fine and mapped respectively in that order as em0@pci0:1:0:0 | em1@pci0:2:0:0 | em2@pci0:3:0:0... However, LAN4/em3 is unavailable to be used as an interface, and via pciconf it is only shown as "none2@pci0:4:0:0".
How can I fix this so that none2@pci0:4:0:0 shows up properly within pfSense and is functional just as the other em0, em1, and em2 interfaces are?
–-- Edit: Much more info included below:
EDIT: pciconf -lvVe indicates em0, em1, and em2 all as having "PCI-e errors = Correctable Error Detected", along with "Corrected = Receiver Error, Bad TLP, Bad DLLP" for all except em0, which I use as the WAN port (connected to ISP Modem), there are only two entries under "Corrected =", which are: Receiver Error and Bad DLLP.
What should be the 4th LAN interface, which btw initially showed up as em3 during my first pfSense install, has no mention of PCI-E errors, but rather:
"Non-fatal = Unsupported Request", followed by "Corrected = Receiver Error, REPLAY_NUM Rollover, Replay Timer Timeout, (and lastly) Advisory Non-Fatal Error"
Latest Edit: After an update, reboot and some UEFI/BIOS changes, none3@pci0:4:0:0 now shows:
PCI-e errors = Correctable Error Detected
Non-fatal = Unsupported Request
Corrected = Receiver Error, REPLAY_NUM Rollover, Replay Timer Timeout, and lastly, Advisory Non-Fatal Error.
Thanks in advance for any tips!