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Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 and I211 Family

Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 and I211 Family

The Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 family was designed for single-port GbE LOM applications. These controllers offer a fully integrated GbE media access control (MAC) and either a physical layer (PHY) port or SGMII/SerDes port that can be connected to an external PHY. These controllers support advanced features such as IEEE 802.3az (EEE), 802.1AS, and 802.1Qav (AVB). The Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 family supports management interfaces through NC-SI, SMBus, and MCTP over PCIe and SMBus for flexible interfaces to external BMCs.

The Intel® Ethernet Controller I211-AT is for single-port GbE LOM designs. The compact (9mm x 9mm 64-pin QFN), low power controller offers a fully integrated GbE media access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) port. It supports advanced features such as ECC packet buffers, IEEE 802.3az (EEE), 802.1AS, and an integrated Non-Volatile Memory.

Product Name

Intel® Ethernet Controller I211-AT

Intel® Ethernet Controller I210-IT

Intel® Ethernet Controller I210-IS

Intel® Ethernet Controller I210-AT

Number of ports

Single

Single

Single

Single

Data rate per port

1 GbE

1 GbE

1 GbE SerDes/SGMII

1 GbE

Temperature range

0° C to 70° C

-40° C to 85° C

-40° C to 85° C

0° C to 70° C

System interface type

PCIe* v2.1 (2.5GT/s)

PCIe v2.1 (2.5GT/s)

PCIe v2.1 (2.5GT/s)

PCIe v2.1 (2.5GT/s)

Speed and slot width

2.5 GT/s, x1 Lane

2.5 GT/s, x1 Lane

2.5 GT/s, x1 Lane

2.5 GT/s, x1 Lane

Package size

9mm x 9mm

9mm x 9mm

9mm x 9mm

9mm x 9mm

Advanced technologies

WoL, PXE remote boot

IPMI pass-through via SMBus or NC-SI, MCTP protocol over SMBus, MCTP protocol over PCIe, WoL, PXE remote boot, ISCSI boot, VLAN filtering

IPMI pass-through via SMBus or NC-SI, MCTP protocol over SMBus, MCTP protocol over PCIe, WoL, PXE remote boot, VLAN filtering

IPMI pass-through via SMBus or NC-SI, MCTP protocol over SMBus, MCTP protocol over PCIe, WoL, PXE remote boot, ISCSI boot, VLAN filtering