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CONFIG_USB_NET_AX8817X: ASIX AX88xxx Based USB 2.0 Ethernet Adapters

Also thank your for having edited this bug title and first sentence they look more in the spirit of the instructions. I have attached tcmdump and usbmon traces.

Download full text This bug affects 8 people. If this bug is fixed in the mainline kernel, please add the following tag ‘kernel- fixed-upstream’.

AXB – ASIX Electronics Corporation

You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. I noticed that when device works in a USB3 port it is recognized in kernel log as “high-speed” instead of “SuperSpeed”. In Linux Kernel Bug Trackermatthieupepin matthieupepin-linux-kernel-bugs wrote on Works fine in the Z68 USB 2.


Testing with another adapter from another revision gave the same problem. It has been also reported on the initial driver page on Github https: AFAIK, what is needed is to answer question in comment 26 by penalvch, which was: I think this issue can be closed. Unfortunately, since this is an onboard LAN, I don’t have much of an option to swap it out.

Is this reproducible in a supported release? Email me about changes to this bug report.

ASIX AX – USB to 10/M Fast Ethernet Controller with Embedded PHY

So, it may be that the device actually never works when correctly recognized as SuperSpeed, but works in a USB3 port only when “by accident” it is only recognized as “high speed” USB2? I am wondering if anybody is working on this or if there is any additional information not available here or one lihux the other linked bug reports.

Like explained in comment 21 https: In the kernel version prior to 4. Download full text 4.


At that time, transferring a huge number of files or pretty heavy files caused kernel panic: Linux Kernel Bug Tracker github.

For example tons of “kevent 4 may have been dropped” but none of these: AX Feb 9 To post a comment you must log in.

Failed to read reg index 0x We don’t have kernel panic any more, but the kernel refuses ilnux reconnect to the device again, we need to unplug and replug manually. I haven’t done anything about the device at any time: Thank you Christopher for your feedback. Thank you for your attention. I tried to transfer Linux distro isos, using FTP for maximum transfer rate, the iso were corrupted at the other end.

We have been using the ethernet adaptors with the USB 3. It is assigned this bug? Done some test check booting a Asus n on Ubuntu