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Driver for Realtek's RTL810x Fast Ethernet Series

Realtek RTL8105 RTL8101 RTL8102 RTL8106 RTL8103 RTL8401 RTL8402 driver

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Looks ok! The only thing which makes me wonder is that ASPM is enabled which may cause power management issues on some machines but as DHCP is working, it's obvious that there is inbound and outbound traffic on the interface.

 

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I'm unable to disable ASPM in my BIOS.

May 31 20:47:43 iMac kernel[0]: Ethernet [RealtekRTL8100]: RTL8101E: (Chipset 0) at 0x<ptr>, 70:5a: f:19:94:5c

 

Chipset 0 is correct and  "at 0x<ptr>" is normal?

 

If it's correct, where is the error? I tried every kext related to RTL8101E and only your kext seems to work, but no luck...

 

If I use nullcpupowermanagement.kext, maybe it works?



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I'm unable to disable ASPM in my BIOS.

May 31 20:47:43 iMac kernel[0]: Ethernet [RealtekRTL8100]: RTL8101E: (Chipset 0) at 0x<ptr>, 70:5a: f:19:94:5c

 

Chipset 0 is correct and  "at 0x<ptr>" is normal?

 

If it's correct, where is the error? I tried every kext related to RTL8101E and only your kext seems to work, but no luck...

There is no indication of a driver issue. In case of an ASPM related failure, the link would constantly go up and down (every few seconds) without ever acquiring an IP address.

 

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Ok, thanks for trying to help me.... good night....



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It works with latest release of El Capitan, You should update the first post  and the download page

Thank you



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Ok, thanks for trying to help me.... good night....

mate, I'm facing the exact same issue. My chipset is RTL8136. This was the only driver that worked. I am also getting IP and everything, but no internet. Were you able to find any solution?



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Should these driver support an RTL81001/2/6E PCI Express Fast/Gigabit Ethernet Controler as Gigabit?

 

Is up and running for a Capitan Lenogo B50-50 but only at 100 Mbit not Gigabit



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mate, I'm facing the exact same issue. My chipset is RTL8136. This was the only driver that worked. I am also getting IP and everything, but no internet. Were you able to find any solution?

Did you manage to fix the issue somehow? Same issue over here... 0x<ptr>, IP but no WAN connectivity



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Hi,

I am facing exactly the same problem. The driver looks to work perfectly, DHCP gives the right IP and the rest of parameters but no connectivity to internet.

My hardware: HP Pavilion 17-g072, i7-5500U @2.4GHz, Intel HD 5500, 12 GB RAM, WiFi on USB Archer_T2U. Working systems:

Win10, Linux Ubuntu, El Capitan and macOS Sierra.

Of course, The Realtek card works perfectly with Win10 and Ubuntu.

 

Is it something with HP laptops, as I can see people with these machines mostly report this issue.

 

Regards to all,

Henryk







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