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You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. This bug is missing log files that will aid in diagnosing the problem. Works out of the box on Raspbian. Unlike later, USB 1. SMB test show approx mpbs.
Check with lsusb -v, field bcdUSB. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Alas, I have been outbid. I’m quite sure the adapter is fine, since I tested it on an Ubuntu desktop installation also As a workaround, doubling the socket buffer size will prevent the kernel oops: So I guess it wasn’t the right price after all.
RPi USB Ethernet adapters –
Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. While it is advertised as USB 2. See full activity log. With that driver the device is detected, but it does not seem to be possible to actually put any traffic through it.
It looks like many of these are sold through eBay. No external power source or USB hub needed. I’ve been looking and can’t find anything except unanswered posts on this chipset.
Join our community today! The driver for the chipset Asix AX included with the Raspbian kernel v 3.
RPi USB Ethernet adapters
AX chipset using the asix kernel driver. Built-in USB Ethernet adapter vs. I have looked at the other compatible adapters but, in addition to size, this one was the right price.
AN Ethernet chipset, pegasus driver, Max current mA.
[SOLVED] Help getting working Moschip USB Ethernet adapter running
Find More Posts by BlackT. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Faster than the built-in adapter, connects at gigabit rate though iperf tests show about – Mbit speed.
BB code is On. Any advice for its installation, pls? If you need to reset your password, click here. Works with a Model “A” Pi if plugged into an external maybe unpowered hub. If at least 24 hours pass without any replies, it’s OK to bump your own thread but please not before then. It seems that it must be a firmware problem, maybe it isn’t resetting cleanly during reboots – I’m only doing soft reboots because it’s physically in the attic and a pain to get to.
BlackT, did you get yours to work? The hardest part was in fact getting the Linux source code required, because the repositores contained the source for the wrong kernel version.