AW: [Oberon] Bluebottle: USB Ethernet Adapter support
Stauber Sven Philipp
staubesv at student.ethz.ch
Thu Nov 2 18:18:43 MET 2006
Unfortunately, there is no standard - different vendors sell proprietary solutions.
The driver should work with most products based on the ASIX 88772 chipset, but the only device I have for testing is the Linksys USB200M Rev. 2. Some products seem to need a different chipset initialization.
According to the Linux driver, the following products SHOULD also work with the driver (after adding the corresponding vendor ID / product ID pairs):
Linksys USB200M Rev. 2
Intellinet ST Lab USB Ethernet
Billionton Systems USB2AR
Corega FEther USB2-TX
Goodway Corp GWUSB2E
But as mentioned before: The only product I really know it works is the Linksys USB200M Rev. 2. It's quite cheap, by the way (< 30$).
Von: oberon-bounces at lists.inf.ethz.ch im Auftrag von shark at gulfnet.sd64.bc.ca
Gesendet: Do 02.11.2006 16:50
An: oberon at lists.inf.ethz.ch
Betreff: Re: [Oberon] Bluebottle: USB Ethernet Adapter support
ss> I've implemented a device driver for the Linksys USB200M ver. 2 USB
10/100MBps ethernet adapter.
My understanding of the standardization is minimal.
Is your driver likely to work with another model?
A 3Com or Data Link or Belkin for example.
Thanks again, ... Peter E.
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