Intel® Ethernet Connection I218-V
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Intel® Ethernet Connection I218 Series
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Operating Temperature Range
0°C to 85°C
Operating Temperature (Maximum)
Operating Temperature (Minimum)
Data Rate Per Port
System Interface Type
Jumbo Frames Supported
6mm x 6mm
Supported Under Intel vPro® Technology
Ordering and Compliance
Ordering and spec information
Intel® Ethernet Connection I218-V, Tape
- MM# 926893
- Spec Code SLK3C
- Ordering Code WGI218V
- Stepping B1
Intel® Ethernet Connection I218-V, Tray
- MM# 926894
- Spec Code SLK3D
- Ordering Code WGI218V
- Stepping B1
Trade compliance information
- ECCN 5A991
- CCATS NA
- US HTS 8542310001
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This download record installs version 24.3 of the Intel® Ethernet Adapter drivers for MS-DOS*. Final ReleaseView download options.
ULPEnable Utility for I218 & I219 Network Connections (1.0) for Windows*.View download options.
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