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That was a dead-end street.
The happy outcome is 10wc following using smbclient: Or is there some config data I have to add in the proper place? Please contact me at peter lekensteyn.
You can force a device to use a certain device using bind. By the way, for testing network throughput you should use iperf.
CONFIG_NET_VENDOR_REALTEK: Realtek devices
What’s the proper way to map my NIC to the r driver? The issue is that the r simply doesn’t work.
Apparently, it didn’t succeed don’t remember exactly ; probably due to my ineptitude.
If you modprobe rit loads fine but doesn’t associate with the hardware, so the card doesn’t show up in ifconfig.
Do I have to rebuild the driver so it claims it can handle my card?
The solution seems to be using the r driver instead. If the device is already owned by a different driver, you first have to unbind it. Hey, I see you have rev10 of the device. On one side of the link, run iperf -son the other one iperf -c If lspci -nnk 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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Make Linux load specific driver for given device (Realtek NIC) – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
You can download the source from Realtek, compile and install it, which I did. Look here for experimental driver for rtl sourceforge. The solution is to browse the Realtek site itself again.
In the network manager: