network adapters

  1. routeMAHvlans

    Solved nanoBSD (BSDRP really) onboard NIC causing pci NIC card to drop off.

    Hi forum, am at a bit of a loss, here. Not super competent at FreeBSD but persistent enough to break stuff still it starts working. Scenario: em's0-5 appear in dmesg log, however after boot completes em's1-4 are 'not found' via ifconfig, and pciconf -lv show em0 as an Intel 1000 pro...
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    No network interface when installing

    I'm installing FreeBSD 12.1 in a laptop, and when the installation prompts to configure the network (IPv4/IPv6), no adapter appears. I entered another tty (Alt+F4) and run ifconfig, where only lo0 device shows up. Any idea on how to make it recognize the WiFi card?
  3. Myersj281

    Unsupported wifi driver workaround

    Wifi support is the only thing holding me back from switching to FreeBSD from Arch and Manjaro Linux (I have yet to test touchpad support since I don't have wifi to install KDE). I read somewhere that Windows drivers can be used to suppliment missing FreeBSD wifi drivers using something called...
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    NUC10i7FNH2 with I219V ethernet controller on 12.1-RELEASE not detected?

    Hi! I have purchased one of that brand new NUC10i7FNH2, but it doesn't detect any network interface than loopback. :( Anything I can do to make it work? Thank you!
  5. MrRichBOB

    Another BCM4322 (FreeBSD 12)

    I would like to apologise in advance, if this is straight-forward, and/or answered elsewhere on the forum--I have tried for the past few hours to look hard before I dared ask any questions, and I combed through the WiFi section of the Handbook, etc. Basically, in short, I am using an EliteBook...
  6. Lars Skogstad

    Suggestions for a recommended wlan card/usb-adapter on a Thinkpad T470 laptop.

    I have been searching a lot for a recommended wi-fi card, usb or internal works either way. Ive got the default wifi card which uses the iwm(4) but I know that it doesn't support higher speeds. I see people recommending the Atheros cards but which one? Is it recommended buying a USB-adapter...
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    Realtek usb to ethernet card not working

    I get on bootup: ure0 on uhub 2 ure0: <Realtek USB 10/100/1000 LAN, class 0/0. rev 3.00/30.00. addr 8> on usbus0 miibus1: <MII bus> on ure0 rgephy1: <RTL8251/8153 1000BASE-T media interface> PHY0 on miibus1 rgephy1: none, 10baseT, 10baseT-FDX, 100baseTX, 1000baseTX-FDX, 1000baseT-FDX...
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    rtl8812au access point slow

    Hi, has anyone played around with the rtl8812au wifi-chipset under freebsd? I have setup an access point (awus036ach) with hostapd and the rtwn / rtwn_usb driver using 11g but I am only getting about 1-3 Mbits/s. However I can achieve up to 16 Mbits/s with an Edimax Adapter (rt2870) and the run...
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    QLXGB kernel driver errors out when configured

    I'm using the if_qlxgb kernel module to run my QLogic NC523SFP 10GbE NIC. However upon loading this module, and assigning an IP to it via ifconfig, the following error occurs: ql1: qla_hw_send: (nsegs[1, 42, 0x0] > Q8_TX_MAX_SEGMENTS) ql1: qla_dump_buf8: qla_hw_send: wrong pkt 0x2a dump start...
  10. Rastko

    Solved Internet problems (VBox guest) on wireless bridged

    Hi, [Edit] Long story short: My internet adapter fails to get a DHCP lease. I have a VirtualBox FreeBSD guest running on a Windows host on a laptop. Because I will be on the go, I want to have a) a direct connection to the internet from the guest with dynamic IP addresses and b) a host-only...
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    ipw 2100 can see wifi networks but won't connect

    I've been banging my head into the wall trying to figure this out. I have an older laptop with an Intel Pro Wireless 2100 card that works perfectly well under Linux. I had a bit of trouble getting the card to be detected by ifconfig as wlan0, but I finally got it working. Now scanning with...
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    Using another driver than intel igb

    I am trying to load another ethernet driver. My machine have 2 Intel network cards vendor = 'Intel Corporation' device = 'I350 Gigabit Network Connection' class = network subclass = ethernet interface cards. I have FreeBSD 11.0 with that kernel built in igb network...
  13. abdelilah

    Solved Multiple network adresses

    Hello, Lacking a proxy on my PF is it possible to do the following: - Assign multiple network addressees on the same subnet to a machine for example 192.168.1.12 and 192.168.1.13, can it be done without any hassle and how to proceed (multiple separated card, or one with multiple...
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    Killer E2200 packet drop

    Hi all, I recently purchased a Gigabyte z170mx mobo as kind of an impulse buy, looking for a OC friendly board. An unfortunate byproduct of this purchase, however, is that it came embedded with a killer e2200 ethernet (an atheros chipset). I thought this may be an issue, but after seeing it is...
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