Any ethernet usb adapter supported ?

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  • #43542

    Shadok
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    Hi,

    I’m using some Alix 2D13 boards and zeroshell works like a charm.
    But for one case, i need more than 3 network interfaces and i’m wondering if some ethernet usb adapter are supported ?

    For exemple, Apple’s USB< ->Ethernet adapter is recognized by pfsense.

    Thanks.

    #52605

    m_elias
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    I’m using Linksys USB300M.

    #52606

    Shadok
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    Thanks 🙂

    #52607

    sureshsarat
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    I am using a unbranded adapter but the setup says QF9700 (probably the chipset ) . This is supported though zeroshell shows as unknown.
    http://www.enter-addon.com/convertor_usb_ethernet.aspx looks just the one in the link
    Hope this helps

    #52608

    Elder Epip
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    Plug an Ethernet adapter into the USB port on your Surface. See Surface features for info on the location of the USB port on your Surface.
    Step 2: Plug an Ethernet cable into the adapter.
    Step 3: Plug the other end of the cable into your router or an Ethernet network port.
    Step 4: Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Settings.
    (If you’re using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then click Settings.)
    Step 5: Tap or click the wired network icon Wired network icon.
    Step 6: If prompted, type your username and password, and then tap or click Next.
    If you don’t know this info, check with your network administrator.
    Step 7: To see if you’re online, go to the Start screen and tap or click Internet Explorer.

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