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Join Date Aug Beans BTW a better sysfs attribute to check is “speed” if it’s detected a link and negotiated a speed it should be a non-zero value.

If it’s a consumer grade NIC that’s been out for five years or more, Linux is going to support it out of the box. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.

Results 1 to 9 of 9. If it’s recognized and the module for it is loaded, then I would check link status with ethtool dgge if that shows a link detected and a speed negotiated, try to run “dhclient” on the interface from the command line and try to see if it tells you anything informative at that point. How can I load it?

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Find More Posts by Alien Bob. November 23rd, 8. The card’s external LED lights also visibly let you know at what speed the network is operating. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.


First things first, It would see if the NIC shows up on lspci, and if it does see if the associated module is loaded “lspci -v” gives you the first and the module name and “lsmod grep ” tells you if its loaded. Try installing the 3.

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I’m seeing Linux drivers on the official D-Link Website and it’s going back to For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. The D-Link Network Control is a useful application that is installed along with the 530h drivers that provides a number of “tab views” that allow you to control the card as well as provide insight into how your DGET is performing. In today’s broadband world, it’s become a standard feature and part of every networked PC. Sean Michael Kerner is a contributor to PracticalyNetworked. Cannot read VPD keys.

Via a remote SNMP tool usually some form a MIB browser you can monitor system uptime, date, processes, memory and overall device status. Something else must be going on. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.

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November 23rd, 6. D-Link Network Dgr With just about every consumer NIC I’ve ever used, once you’ve installed the card there is little control beyond doing driver updates. My router also only has filtering for wireless connections. Win 7 Pro I tried to make the Linux drivers that came on the CD, there are problems with it, the drivers are stated as being for kernel 2. I have also ran into conflicting information as to what module covers this device.


Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation. I untarred it and ran the ‘make all’ command and then when I ran ‘insmod sk98lin.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. That’s the most advice I can give without knowing what fge above results are. Also, make sure your router isn’t applying a MAC address filtering that’s preventing new wired connections.

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At one time I thought that the r driver was what I needed, but changed my mind after further reading. Help answer threads with 0 replies.

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