This bug affects 5 people. But now I got some more data for the non-working AX adapter: Changed to the other adapter, and it worked instantly and got an IP Address. From a terminal window please run:. Comment on this change optional. I just updated from Ubuntu
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Please test the latest v4. Changed to the other adapter, and it worked instantly and got an IP Address. For example, the majority of USB network adapters at Newegg. This bug affects 5 people.
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ASIX AX – USB to 10/M Fast Ethernet Controller with Embedded PHY
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I am now using kernel 4. I see that it now comes in two revisions, A and B, but the internal chipset should be identical. By far, DUB-E is the easiest to find From a terminal window please run:.
To post a comment aax88172 must log in. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Lonnie Lee Best launchpad-startport wrote on Upgraded to zesty on 0 days ago UserGroups: Zanna 50k 13 Duplicates of this bug Bug Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on Please try Linux 4.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_USB_NET_AXX: ASIX AX88xxx Based USB Ethernet Adapters
New USB device strings: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. See full activity log. Download full text 4. When I inserted them in a Debian Squeeze machine, all of them would show up as an interface in dmesg ; however, I could never get them to actually link up with an ethernet switch.
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And then I changed the model to another ethernet USB adapter and it worked. However, I had to use apport without the az88172 adapter plugged in another one in its placeso the hardware information would be wrong.
I found some drivers here: As I said, I take the USB-ethernet dongle off and insert another, from another brand, and it works flawlessly. If throughput is a low priority, will a Fast Ethernet Mbps adapter do instead?