How to tell if Linux detection server has an Endace Card

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Article ID: 159425

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Data Loss Prevention Network Monitor

Issue/Introduction

If unsure whether the Linux monitor has an Endace card, this solution will provide instructions on how to find out.

Resolution

Use the following commands to determine whether the Linux detection server has an Endace card:

/sbin/lspci | grep -i Endace

or

dmesg | egrep '(dag:|DAG)'

Examples:

Here's the lspci output from Sunnyvale (3.7 endace card):

[[email protected] ~]# /sbin/lspci | grep -i Endace
0c:03.0 Network controller: Endace Measurement Systems, Ltd Unknown device 378e (rev 04)

And here's the lspci output from napa (4.5 endace card):

[[email protected] ~]# /sbin/lspci | grep -i Endace
09:01.0 Network controller: Endace Measurement Systems, Ltd Unknown device 452e (rev 02)

You can also look at the dmesg output...

[[email protected] ~]# dmesg | egrep '(dag:|DAG)'
dag: no version for "__divdi3" found: kernel tainted.
dag: Version 3.2.1RELEASE
dag0: DAG 4.5G2 Rev 2 at 0xf3ef0000 irq 114 buf 32MB