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Event ID: 386 Source: CPQTeamMP
HP Network Team #1: PROBLEM: A Failover occurred: The Primary Network Link is not receiving. Receive-path validation has been enabled for this Team by selecting the Enable receive-path validation Heartbeat Setting. ACTION: Please check your cabling to the link partner. Check the switch port status, including verifying that the switch port is not configured as a Switch-assist Channel. Generate Broadcast traffic on the network to test whether these are being received. Also make sure all teamed NICs are on the same broadcast domain. Run diagnostics to test card. Drop the NIC from the team, determine whether it is receiving broadcast traffic in an unteamed configuration.
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In our case, System Event Log Warnings 386 and 434 from source CPQTeamMP alternated. We could not RDP into the server. One NIC intermittently appeared as disconnected in the HP Network Config Utility. The following solution assumes you have teamed the NICS (by highlighting both and clicking Team -> OK).
Start the HP Network Configuration Utility -> Highlight the top "HP Network Team" entry -> Go to Properties. Under "Team Type Selection", change from "Automatic" to "Switch Assisted Load Balancing with Fault Tolerance".
I am not a Cisco wizard, but I assume there was a conflict between the NIC Team software and the Cisco switch, as to which was responsible for sharing the load between ports/NICs. This appears to have resolved the issue.
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