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This is the dmesg entry for the ASIX adapter: Changed in linux Ubuntu: But now I got some more data for the non-working AX adapter: This bug affects 5 people.
Download full text 4. Mike Pennington 3 Once testing of the upstream kernel is complete, please mark this bug as “Confirmed”.
Linux source code: drivers/net/usb/asix.c (v) – Bootlin
Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Sorry for taking so long. And then I changed the model to another ethernet USB adapter and it worked. Lonnie Lee Best launchpad-startport wrote on Zanna 50k 13 Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
I was using a cable linuux was known-good, and I was using an ethernet port that worked with the on-board GigE jack.
CONFIG_USB_NET_AX8817X: ASIX AX88xxx Based USB 2.0 Ethernet Adapters
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I am currently reporting this bug without the adapter connected, because I would have no network. Kai-Heng Feng kaihengfeng wrote on By far, DUB-E is the easiest to find I am now using kernel ljnux. Please test the latest v4. I think this issue can be closed.
ASIX AX – USB to 10/M Fast Ethernet Controller with Embedded PHY
To Be Filled By O. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Tamale uictamale wrote on If throughput is a low priority, will a Fast Ethernet Mbps adapter do instead?
See full activity log. I ruled out networkmanager idiosyncrasies of “managed” and “not managed” because I configured it both ways and tried also with ifupdown and directly with asx up and dhclient.
As I said, I take the USB-ethernet dongle off and insert another, from another brand, and it works flawlessly. Throughput is really a low priority for these, the need is mostly just basic network connectivity when I fire up a new motherboard, and the on-board GigE isn’t recognised for whatever reason; other times, I may need a spare interface for a quick firewalling project.
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This change has been made by an automated script, lniux by the Ubuntu Kernel Team. I found some drivers here: Sign up using Email and Password.