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Please refer to section 22.214.171.124.7 Internal PHY Power-Down State in the Intel® Ethernet Controller I350 Datasheet, and also section 6.2.21 Software Defined Pins Control (LAN Base Address + Offset 0x20).
The following register values:
0x0c0c -> disables PCI + management.
0x040c -> disables PCI, management may still operate.
In terms of eeupdate:
Disable port 0 : eeupdate /nic=1 /ww=0x20 0x040c
Disable port 1 : eeupdate /nic=1 /ww=0xa0 0x0c0c
Disable port 2 : eeupdate /nic=1 /ww=0xe0 0x0c0c
Disable port 3 : eeupdate /nic=1 /ww=0x120 0x0c0c
You can try it on port 0, but it's doubtful that it'll work.
According to the datasheet this port can't be disabled to avoid a bricked EEPROM.
Please let us know your results.