Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. The ELRepo Project http: Are there any clues in the log? Get yourself another Cat 5e cable. Here some commands which can show you the problem:

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The default driver from the Debian Wheezy 7.

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Logs show that ee: Thank you for your reply. Porteus Wthernet User Forum. Currently trying to work with Ubuntu Mark Riddell 3 7.

My company bought some notebooks and we are installing Ubuntu on them. So here are the correct outcomes from the commands I updated the system again with yum update: Thank you for your interest in this question.


Debian User Forums • View topic – [SOLVED]Ethernet card intel ILM not recognized by Wheezy

Then it just seems again as far as I can tell to be in an infinite loop of trying to connect to anything else on the network. This one works properly dual EB. That sound suspiciously like a bad UTP cable.

But some ethernet cards not sure about this one do detect the signal-loss iand will automatically downgrade to Mbps speed. Works fine in windows OK, i will read the links.

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EDIT Sometimes i do things in an awkward way to find something out. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Also as a curiosity I tried disconnecting the router that is working as the internet gateway from the switch to see if that would change the results below and it didn’t have any effect.

Now I just need to figure out how to do it on Linux. Select all dhcpcd eth0. June 3rd, 6. The CentOS ee module has support for your card Code: Enable Kumeran lock loss workaround array of int parm: That should fix the problem.


Receive Interrupt Delay array of int parm: Local Loopback inet addr: Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. After updating the driver I got some diagnostics tools. Select all dhcpcd eth0 eth0: Are you sure you are using cat5e? No internet connection and continues to show the wi-fi symbol with upward ethhernet pluses.

Usually it should looks like: Select all dhclient eth0. I already tried update module to 3. June 4th, 9.