Standard Features - HP 652497-B21 Specification

Hp ethernet 1gb 2-port 361t adapter
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Features
Product Highlights
Performance
Gigabit Throughput
Combined with Legacy
Ethernet Support
PCI Express Interface
Load Balancing
Jumbo Frames
Two Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Supported on HP ProLiant Gen8 & Select G7 Rack & Tower servers
Intel® Ethernet I350 controller
Designed with server needs in mind:
IEEE 802.1p, 802.1Q, 802.3, 802.3ad, and 802.3x
EEE, EFI/uEFI support
ProLiant Teaming including Network Fault Tolerance, Transmit Load Balancing, and Switch-
Assisted Load Balancing
9.5K Jumbo frames
DMA Coalescing
IEEE 1588 (Precision Time Stamping) & 802.1AS (Hardware enabled Time Synchronization)
TCP/IP checksum offload (TCO) and large send offload (LSO)
PXE
Intel® Integrated I/O and Data Direct I/O for increased performance and reduced latency
Virtualization with VMDq
IPv6 packet transmit and receive (excluding all offload capabilities); IPv6 aware SNMPv1
agent for Windows
10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet transfer rate delivers outstanding network performance that improves
response time and removes bottlenecks. Because the HP 361T supports both 10Mbps Ethernet and
100Mbps Fast Ethernet in addition to Gigabit Ethernet, users are guaranteed end-to-end protocol support
across their enterprise.
HP was an early champion of PCI Express bus technology and has played a key role in the development and
industry adoption of the PCI Express specification. The HP 361T features a high performance Intel®
Ethernet Controller I350 and offers a four lane (x4) PCI Express bus based on the PCIe v2.1 standard,
yielding faster transmissions with lower CPU utilization than earlier solutions.
Transmit Load Balancing (TLB) and Switch-assisted Load Balancing (SLB) are two advanced features that
customers can use to build a bigger pipe for improved networking bandwidth. These port bonding
techniques enable users to install up to four dual-port HP 361T adapters (total of 8 ports) in a HP ProLiant
server and aggregate their throughput up to a theoretical maximum of 16 Gigabits per second full-duplex
transmissions.
Jumbo Frames (also known as Extended Frames) offer a 9.5K byte Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU),
which is approximately six times the size of traditional Ethernet frames. Like all HP ProLiant server
adapters, the HP 361Tsupports jumbo frames as a way to achieve higher throughput and better CPU
utilization when deployed in a network infrastructure that supports them. Jumbo frames are particularly
useful for database transfers and tape backups.
DA - 14334 North America — Version 8 — October 11, 2013
HP Ethernet 1Gb 2-port 361T Adapter
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