Here’s the Realtek driver mappings in the system: What’s the proper way to map my NIC to the r driver? Sign up using Facebook. The solution is to browse the Realtek site itself again. And also please add output of uname -a.
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You can force a device to use a certain device using bind.
A wrong driver is loaded. I want to compare it against an older EEPROM dump I have, my card suffers from amnesia 10ecc leads to a broken device advertised as Lumi 2 6 You need to switch the driver.
In the network manager: I want the kernel to load an alternative driver for my Realtek PCI ethernet card, which you can see it at the end of the list as The solution seems to be using 10ce r driver instead. Post as a guest Name. Or is there some config data I have to add in the proper place?
The solution is to browse the Realtek site itself again. By the way, for testing network throughput you should use iperf.
If lspci 10ex grep -iA2 net – I have this:. I then found the Hetzner page see link in question and assumed the advice to use the Realtek r applied to my situation.
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