Works out of box very stable with asix kernel driver on latest raspbian 3. Join Date Jul Beans 5. Retrieved from ” https: Thank you very very much. Originally Posted by bobd

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I had it plugged into a powered hub so I cannot say if it works connected directly to the pi. Select all auto lo iface lo inet loopback Motherboard connection allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp USB connection allow-hotplug eth1 ax888772a eth1 inet dhcp If I set eth1 to static and assign an IP address, none of the NICs work.

New USB device strings: Works out of the box driver present since kernel 2. It’s using the asix driver that came with it.

I’ve never done anything even like that. It works like a dream. Markings on the outside of a couple of these adapters were: SMB test show approx mpbs. May 12th, 2. The hardest part was in fact getting the Linux source code required, because the repositores contained the source for the wrong kernel version. This adapter works, but it probably requires a bit of work. Does not work without powered USB hub. This file was located in different directory according to your kernel version: Needs its own power source.


I got the driver to compile just fine after I corrected a path in the Makefile. I would caution anyone against buying the Cisco adapter. Works very well on a Raspberry Pi 2 running Raspbian I wonder if I’m doing something wrong to get this thing working an easy way.

[SOLVED] USB Ethernet Adapter won’t work

Adapter needs last raspbian kernel. Board index All times are UTC. Without ax88772aa file, the driver compilation will fail and encounter hundreds of errors all throuhout the souces.

Doesn’t seem to require any extra power supply. I have a built in adapter on my motherboard that does show up. Pi is powered by a 2. No external power source needed.

RPi USB Ethernet adapters

I can[t even ping to eth0 from another machine. With that driver the device is detected, but it does not seem to be possible to actually put any traffic through it.

However the README file that comes with it requires that one rebuild the driver from scratch using the kernel source code. The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback The motherboard interface allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp The USB-Ethernet interface 1 allow-hotplug eth1 iface eth1 inet dhcp The USB-Ethernet interface 2 allow-hotplug eth2 iface eth2 inet dhcp. I finally got it working on Ubuntu It looks like many of these are sold through eBay.


Nobody is born knowing this stuff linuxcommand. Tested with and without powered USB hub. Linux kernel versions from 2. Not even with their tech support on the phone.