ASIX LINUX DRIVER
Here’s the reference of the kernel that booted yesterday using Xubuntu live image: See full activity log. The kernel was installed as soon as I’ve ran update. Promiscuous mode is when I used tcpdump. All 8 attempts were on one of the USB3 port on the left, not on any of the USB2 ports on the right, notice the first worked with mention:. To post a comment you must log in.
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Some people report trouble only on high network load, while another case is trouble with USB3 at all times details about what to look for in dmesg log are in https: In Linux Kernel Bug Trackerwilliam william-linux-kernel-bugs wrote on The disconnection with the Ethernet adapter is more likely to happen when transferring a huge number of files e.
But linx some attempts mii-tool is fast It appears the bug is known in upstream, but has not been solved so far: Did you try switching to USB 2. In Linux Kernel Bug Trackerpeci1 peci1-linux-kernel-bugs wrote on Thanks for your interest.
CONFIG_USB_NET_AX8817X: ASIX AX88xxx Based USB 2.0 Ethernet Adapters
However, I find some old bug stating it won’t work out of the box in Debian. I used a 3.
Y-rcZ Please note, an error to install the kernel does not fit the criteria of kernel- bug-exists- upstream. I have reproduced the bug by flood pinging my router.
Thanks William for your comment. I’ll be glad to collaborate and help as much as possible Thanks. Here’s the reference of the kernel that booted yesterday using Xubuntu live image: AXLinux Mint Also, when we are downloading at 1Gbps large files, it’s likely the resulting file becomes corrupted at some point.
Once testing of the latest upstream kernel is complete, please mark this report’s Status as Confirmed. Install instructions are available at https: Posted to linux-usb list with cc to Freddy Xin who introduced the driver to the list. I will have to give it another try when I get back to my test machine with a newer kernel. Just plugging the same cable to integrated Ethernet of same machine instead of tested device, everything works.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_USB_NET_AXX: ASIX AX88xxx Based USB Ethernet Adapters
I ruled out networkmanager idiosyncrasies of “managed” and “not managed” because I configured it both ways and tried also with ifupdown and directly with ifconfig up and dhclient. I reported the bug upstream on the kernel bugzilla instance https: In case it matters, I haven’t rebooted since last post, so still running Linux n55sf-l 3.
If you need additional pieces of information since I own dongle devices, I would be glad to help! Then I posted to linux-usb list with cc to Freddy Xin who introduced the driver to the listsee https: So my idea linxu maybe to rebase the kernel code to the latest one provided by ASIX and find out the issue. In Linux Kernel Bug Trackeraleksey.
Gonna test that one if things changes.