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Now boot fine. Just realtek have the same strange behavior :/

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hadn't done anything to ethernet on that, wanted to be sure it booted first first. Will do that now

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Ok :)

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try just using EthernetBuiltIn=Yes first. Then if needed, try this DSDT. delete network devices from sys preferences, reboot and then readd them

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Ok. Now Realtek seems to work and with second try takes ip. But when I go to create Link aggregation bond0 says no connection :/

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Well, as to making the agg link, never done it and maybe there is a bug as you mentioned. I do know to get it to work at all, both NICs need to work, so glad that much is solved :)

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Ok. At least this works perfect all this days :D So probably is a bug. Thanks a lot for your help :D





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