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Guys i know the first page says the latest pre built in the downloads section is for 10.11 and up but is there anyone using it in Yosemite 10.10.5 ?

I've been using version 2.1.0 for 2 months with no problems on 10.10.5.

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Hi,

 

I am running an AsRock H170M-ITX-ac with an Intel I219V interface under 10.12.1 with version 2.2.0d4, injected by Clover. When I boot the system with the cable connected, everything works fine. If I pull the cable and then reinsert, the status of the interface starts to toggle between 'Cable Unplugged' and 'Not Connected' and I have to reboot to get ethernet working again.

 

This board also has an extra Realtek 8111H interface. At first I had not installed the Realtek driver and the problems described above already appeared. I installed the Realtek driver and if then I pull and reinsert the cable on the Realtek 8111h interface, ethernet comes back up again with no problems.

 

Anyone any ideas what could be going wrong with the I219V port?

 

Rgds,

Tom

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@Peerke: Please post your kernel logs showing the incident.

 

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Ok, this part comes from the console tool, as 'grep kernel /var/log/system.log' doesn't do a lot in 10.12.1.

 

default 22:53:49.985367 +0100 deleted ENTRY, operation: CACHE_DELETE_PURGEABLE_OPERATION, serviceID: com.apple.activity_tracing.cache-delete info: <private>

default 22:53:49.985414 +0100 deleted updating cache for service: com.apple.activity_tracing.cache-delete, volume: <private>, amounts: <private>
default 22:53:49.985543 +0100 coresymbolicationd newConnection invalidated
default 22:53:49.985436 +0100 deleted updating service info amount: 0, serviceID: com.apple.activity_tracing.cache-delete, volume: <private>, urgency: 3 pushed: FALSE
default 22:53:49.985455 +0100 deleted sendNotification: FALSE
default 22:53:49.985501 +0100 deleted re-started persitence timer
default 22:53:49.985999 +0100 MailCacheDelete Error accessing accounts: (null)
default 22:53:49.986251 +0100 MailCacheDelete result: <private>
default 22:53:49.986352 +0100 MailCacheDelete calling completeRequestReturningItems
default 22:53:49.986421 +0100 deleted <private>: Successful Request
default 22:53:49.986491 +0100 deleted Connection to <private> was invalidated.
default 22:53:49.986532 +0100 deleted tearing down extension request for pid 466
default 22:53:49.986525 +0100 deleted Connection to <private> was invalidated.
default 22:53:49.986603 +0100 deleted <private> took 0.016870 seconds, returned: <private>
default 22:53:49.986657 +0100 deleted <private> updateInfo: <private>
default 22:53:49.986688 +0100 deleted ENTRY, operation: CACHE_DELETE_PURGEABLE_OPERATION, serviceID: <private> info: <private>
default 22:53:49.986742 +0100 deleted updating cache for service: <private>, volume: <private>, amounts: <private>
default 22:53:49.986764 +0100 deleted updating service info amount: 0, serviceID: <private>, volume: <private>, urgency: 3 pushed: FALSE
default 22:53:49.986783 +0100 deleted sendNotification: FALSE
default 22:53:49.986936 +0100 deleted re-started persitence timer
default 22:53:49.987253 +0100 deleted PurgeableSpace result: <private>
default 22:53:49.987402 +0100 deleted ASYNC purgeable op results: <private>
default 22:53:50.260769 +0100 CommCenter #watchdog #I Callback Watchdog: checkin 16
default 22:53:50.260844 +0100 CommCenter #watchdog #I Server Watchdog: checkin 16
default 22:53:50.277618 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Tx stalled? Resetting chipset. txDirtyDescIndex=0, STATUS=0x00080083, TCTL=0x3103f0fa.
default 22:53:50.277640 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1004]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bec37aa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277644 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1005]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=2.
default 22:53:50.277647 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1006]: lower=0x20100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000003becfcaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277649 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1007]: lower=0xab10001f, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bdaf7a8, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=31.
default 22:53:50.277652 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1008]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:50.277655 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1009]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bdaaeaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277658 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1010]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:50.277660 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1011]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003becddaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277663 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1012]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:50.277665 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1013]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003beccdaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277668 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1014]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:50.277670 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1015]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003becb1aa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277673 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1016]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=2.
default 22:53:50.277690 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1017]: lower=0x20100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000003c0080aa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277692 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1018]: lower=0xab10001f, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bdadba8, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=31.
default 22:53:50.277695 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1019]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:50.277710 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1020]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003c0080aa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277712 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1021]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:50.277715 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1022]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bdadbaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:50.277718 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1023]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:50.277733 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[0]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bec5ba8, mbuf=0xffffff820f3ccb00, len=42.
default 22:53:50.277735 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1]: lower=0x8b000156, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bfcd000, mbuf=0xffffff820f3d7c00, len=342.
default 22:53:50.277737 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[2]: lower=0x8b000056, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003c015802, mbuf=0xffffff820f3cbb00, len=86.
default 22:53:50.277740 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[3]: lower=0x8b00003e, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003befe4c2, mbuf=0xffffff820f405400, len=62.
default 22:53:50.277742 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[4]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bec6ca8, mbuf=0xffffff820f3cdc00, len=42.
default 22:53:50.277744 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[5]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003beeeba8, mbuf=0xffffff820f3f5b00, len=42.
default 22:53:50.277746 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[6]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bec29a8, mbuf=0xffffff820f3c9900, len=42.
default 22:53:50.277763 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[7]: lower=0x20000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x00003c360000000e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=2.
default 22:53:50.277766 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[8]: lower=0x2010003e, upper=0x00000200, addr=0x000000003beef5c2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=62.
default 22:53:50.277768 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[9]: lower=0xab100040, upper=0x00000200, addr=0x000000003bec69c0, mbuf=0xffffff820f3f6500, len=64.
default 22:53:50.277770 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: packet size=42, header size=42.
default 22:53:50.277781 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Link down on en0
default 22:53:50.277828 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Flushing tx descriptor ring.
 
default 22:53:50.278859 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Flushing rx descriptor ring.
 
default 22:53:50.280894 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/Link
default 22:53:51.258757 +0100 kernel clearDescriptors() ===>
 
default 22:53:51.258810 +0100 kernel clearDescriptors() <===
 
default 22:53:51.258812 +0100 kernel setMulticastMode() ===>
 
default 22:53:51.258824 +0100 kernel setMulticastMode() <===
 
default 22:53:51.271541 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:51.271581 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:51.271588 +0100 kernel getPacketFilters() ===>
 
default 22:53:51.271589 +0100 kernel getPacketFilters() <===
 
default 22:53:51.273313 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/IPv6
default 22:53:51.303266 +0100 mDNSResponder mDNS_DeregisterInterface: Frequent transitions for interface en0 (FE80:0000:0000:0000:1807:4B0C:A1BF:DC82)
default 22:53:51.304809 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/SleepProxyServers
default 22:53:52.649922 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:52.649950 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:53.651081 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:53.651108 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:54.873770 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: checkLinkStatus() returned 1.
default 22:53:54.874837 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: EEE mode = 0x0000, adv=0x0006, lpa=0x0000
default 22:53:54.874910 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: pollIntervalTime: 170us
default 22:53:54.874915 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Link up on en0, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, No flow-control
default 22:53:54.874918 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: requireMaxBusStall(75000ns).
default 22:53:54.874920 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: CTRL=0x40180240
default 22:53:54.874922 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: CTRL_EXT=0x995a1026
default 22:53:54.874924 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: STATUS=0x00080083
default 22:53:54.874930 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RCTL=0x04008002
default 22:53:54.874932 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: PSRCTL=0x00040402
default 22:53:54.874934 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: FCRTL=0x80005048
default 22:53:54.874938 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: FCRTH=0x00005c20
default 22:53:54.874940 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RDLEN(0)=0x00002000
default 22:53:54.874942 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RDTR=0x00000000
default 22:53:54.874944 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RADV=0x00000000
default 22:53:54.874946 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RXCSUM=0x00002300
default 22:53:54.874948 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RFCTL=0x000380c0
default 22:53:54.874950 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RXDCTL(0)=0x00010000
default 22:53:54.874952 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RAL(0)=0xa49950d0
default 22:53:54.874954 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: RAH(0)=0x8000a0b1
default 22:53:54.874956 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: MRQC=0x00370001
default 22:53:54.874958 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: TARC(0)=0x0d800403
default 22:53:54.874960 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: TARC(1)=0x45000403
default 22:53:54.874963 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: TCTL=0x3103f0fa
default 22:53:54.874965 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: TXDCTL(0)=0x01410000
default 22:53:54.874967 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: TXDCTL(1)=0x01410000
default 22:53:54.874969 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: TADV=0x0000001c
default 22:53:54.874971 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: TIDV=0x0000001c
default 22:53:54.874973 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: MANC=0x00e20000
default 22:53:54.874975 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: MANC2H=0x81020580
default 22:53:54.874977 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: LTRV=0x88b988b9
default 22:53:54.874979 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: PBA=0x0006001a
default 22:53:54.874985 +0100 kernel getPacketFilters() ===>
 
default 22:53:54.874986 +0100 kernel getPacketFilters() <===
 
default 22:53:54.877462 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/Link
default 22:53:54.877597 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:54.877611 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:54.877624 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:54.877635 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:54.877642 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:54.877653 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:54.879545 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/IPv6
default 22:53:54.909844 +0100 mDNSResponder mDNS_RegisterInterface: Frequent transitions for interface en0 (FE80:0000:0000:0000:1807:4B0C:A1BF:DC82)
default 22:53:54.909637 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:54.909653 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:54.909681 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:54.909693 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:55.875146 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Check tx ring for progress. txNumFreeDesc=1012
default 22:53:55.880096 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/IPv6
default 22:53:55.948530 +0100 deleted Not sending notification.
default 22:53:55.948554 +0100 deleted persistence timer fired
default 22:53:56.875639 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Tx stalled? Resetting chipset. txDirtyDescIndex=0, STATUS=0x00080083, TCTL=0x3103f0fa.
default 22:53:56.875664 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1004]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bec37aa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875676 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1005]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=2.
default 22:53:56.875687 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1006]: lower=0x20100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000003becfcaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875698 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1007]: lower=0xab10001f, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bdaf7a8, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=31.
default 22:53:56.875709 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1008]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:56.875719 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1009]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bdaaeaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875735 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1010]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:56.875745 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1011]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003becddaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875755 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1012]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:56.875765 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1013]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003beccdaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875774 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1014]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:56.875784 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1015]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003becb1aa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875805 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1016]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=2.
default 22:53:56.875808 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1017]: lower=0x20100042, upper=0x00000300, addr=0x000000003c0080aa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875811 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1018]: lower=0xab10001f, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bdadba8, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=31.
default 22:53:56.875813 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1019]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:56.875816 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1020]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003c0080aa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875819 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1021]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:56.875821 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1022]: lower=0xab100042, upper=0x00000301, addr=0x000000003bdadbaa, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=66.
default 22:53:56.875824 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1023]: lower=0x23000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000032220021180e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=1.
default 22:53:56.875827 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[0]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bdb58a8, mbuf=0xffffff820f56d800, len=42.
default 22:53:56.875829 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[1]: lower=0x8b000156, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003c014800, mbuf=0xffffff820f56a900, len=342.
default 22:53:56.875832 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[2]: lower=0x8b000056, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bf1d002, mbuf=0xffffff820f567200, len=86.
default 22:53:56.875834 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[3]: lower=0x8b00003e, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bdaaac2, mbuf=0xffffff820f562a00, len=62.
default 22:53:56.875837 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[4]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003beedaa8, mbuf=0xffffff820f3f4a00, len=42.
default 22:53:56.875839 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[5]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bf0e7a8, mbuf=0xffffff820f415700, len=42.
default 22:53:56.875842 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[6]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003becdba8, mbuf=0xffffff820f3d4b00, len=42.
default 22:53:56.875844 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[7]: lower=0x8b00002a, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x000000003bdb17a8, mbuf=0xffffff820f569700, len=42.
default 22:53:56.875847 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[8]: lower=0x20000000, upper=0x00000000, addr=0x00003c360000000e, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=2.
default 22:53:56.875850 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: desc[9]: lower=0x2010003e, upper=0x00000200, addr=0x000000003bdab0c2, mbuf=0x0000000000000000, len=62.
default 22:53:56.875852 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: packet size=42, header size=42.
default 22:53:56.875863 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Link down on en0
default 22:53:56.875893 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Flushing tx descriptor ring.
 
default 22:53:56.877041 +0100 kernel Ethernet [intelMausi]: Flushing rx descriptor ring.
 
default 22:53:56.878268 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/Link
default 22:53:57.902312 +0100 kernel clearDescriptors() ===>
 
default 22:53:57.902366 +0100 kernel clearDescriptors() <===
 
default 22:53:57.902371 +0100 kernel setMulticastMode() ===>
 
default 22:53:57.902384 +0100 kernel setMulticastMode() <===
 
default 22:53:57.915083 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:57.915111 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:57.915133 +0100 kernel getPacketFilters() ===>
 
default 22:53:57.915136 +0100 kernel getPacketFilters() <===
 
default 22:53:57.916842 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/IPv6
default 22:53:57.943778 +0100 mDNSResponder mDNS_DeregisterInterface: Frequent transitions for interface en0 (FE80:0000:0000:0000:1807:4B0C:A1BF:DC82)
default 22:53:57.945105 +0100 symptomsd SCDynamicStore config_callback: k: State:/Network/Interface/en0/SleepProxyServers
default 22:53:58.982089 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:58.982106 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===
 
default 22:53:58.982122 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() ===>
 
default 22:53:58.982133 +0100 kernel setMulticastList() <===

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@Peerke: Use the latest prebuilt binary. If it doesn't resolve the issue, get another NIC as the I219 has a serious hardware bug which is the root of all problems.

 

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Has anyone experienced ethernet not working after a reboot?

 

Since updating to the latest driver, every time I boot OS X I have no internet access and in my network prefs my interface has the yellow light next to it and says, "this computer is using a self-assigned IP and will not be able to connect to the internet."

 

If I delete both en0 and en1 from my network preferences and then reboot, my ethernet works fine - but if I start OS X up another time, I have to repeat this process.

 

This is my X99 classified on 10.11.6.

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Has anyone experienced ethernet not working after a reboot?

 

Since updating to the latest driver, every time I boot OS X I have no internet access and in my network prefs my interface has the yellow light next to it and says, "this computer is using a self-assigned IP and will not be able to connect to the internet."

 

If I delete both en0 and en1 from my network preferences and then reboot, my ethernet works fine - but if I start OS X up another time, I have to repeat this process.

Smells like a DHCP problem!  :cat:

 

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Smells like a DHCP problem!  :cat:

 

Mieze

Probably, I just don't know why it's happening. The driver is the only thing that has changed to my knowledge - although in order to get the new version to work I had to delete my networkpreferences.plist, but that's never been a problem before. Any advice?

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Probably, I just don't know why it's happening. The driver is the only thing that has changed to my knowledge - although in order to get the new version to work I had to delete my networkpreferences.plist, but that's never been a problem before. Any advice?

The yellow light indicates that the link has been established, anything else is beyond it's scope and has to be done by the network stack. By the way, I would check the DHCP server too.

 

Mieze

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The yellow light indicates that the link has been established, anything else is beyond it's scope and has to be done by the network stack. By the way, I would check the DHCP server too.

 

Mieze

What am I looking for on the DHCP server (just a router in my case)? All other devices on my network seem to be fine. 

 

Dammit, I can't remember the login for the router. :/

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What am I looking for on the DHCP server (just a router in my case)? All other devices on my network seem to be fine. 

 

Dammit, I can't remember the login for the router. :/

There are two things which may cause this behavior:

  1. The Mac doesn't send a DHCP request.
  2. The DHCP server doesn't respond to the DHCP request.

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There are two things which may cause this behavior:

  • The Mac doesn't send a DHCP request.
  • The DHCP server doesn't respond to the DHCP request.
Mieze
Well, I feel dumb. Renewing the DHCP lease seems to have resolved it. Thank you for your help and your contributions to our community!

 

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Hi Mieze,

I've ran into an issue after installing the most recent security update through the App Store. I'm on 10.11.6 and the security update brings me to build number 15G1212. My motherboard NIC is listed as an Intel I219V2 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet under System Report -> Ethernet Cards. I'm also injecting your kext using Clover r3961.

Every time I reboot I get the "Your computer was restarted because of a problem" screen. I also can't properly shutdown anymore. It will just reboot instead and display the problem message. I've confirmed this behavior on two separate 10.11.6 installs.

The panic report mentions com.apple.iokit.IONetworkingFamily(3.2) and com.insanelymac.IntelMausiEthernet(2.2) so I figured I'd check with you.

I installed the Debug version of v2.2.0 of your kext and then replicated the problem. I've attached my grepped system.log output to this post. The top of the log is where I initiate a reboot. By the end of the log I'm back in the OS. I've also included the panic report if that might help.

Let me know if there's any more details that I can provide.

Info.zip

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Hi Mieze,

 

I've ran into an issue after installing the most recent security update through the App Store. I'm on 10.11.6 and the security update brings me to build number 15G1212. My motherboard NIC is listed as an Intel I219V2 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet under System Report -> Ethernet Cards. I'm also injecting your kext using Clover r3961.

 

Every time I reboot I get the "Your computer was restarted because of a problem" screen. I also can't properly shutdown anymore. It will just reboot instead and display the problem message. I've confirmed this behavior on two separate 10.11.6 installs.

 

The panic report mentions com.apple.iokit.IONetworkingFamily(3.2) and com.insanelymac.IntelMausiEthernet(2.2) so I figured I'd check with you.

 

I installed the Debug version of v2.2.0 of your kext and then replicated the problem. I've attached my grepped system.log output to this post. The top of the log is where I initiate a reboot. By the end of the log I'm back in the OS. I've also included the panic report if that might help.

This is not a driver issue but a DSDT error preventing the system from proper shutdown and reboot. Fix your DSDT and the problem will disappear.

 

Mieze

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This is not a driver issue but a DSDT error preventing the system from proper shutdown and reboot. Fix your DSDT and the problem will disappear.

 

Mieze

 

Ah ok. I'll look more into that. Thanks for taking the time to help me out.

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Well, it appears I spoke too soon... I'm still having a problem with the DHCP lease. I'm not sure what the next step is... How do I check if my Hack is sending a DHCP request and if the router is responding to it?

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Well, it appears I spoke too soon... I'm still having a problem with the DHCP lease. I'm not sure what the next step is... How do I check if my Hack is sending a DHCP request and if the router is responding to it?

Create a packet dump with Wireshark, or switch to a manual configuration.

 

Mieze

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It appears my problem has something to do with rebooting from Windows. Rebooting in OS X I'm unable to replicate the problem. I took a couple of captures with wireshark... One is after booting, the second one is after removing and re-adding en0 in the network preferences.

 

I'm going to try a manual configuration as well, although I basically have no idea what I'm doing as far as that goes, I've never done anything like that beyond just a static IP.


EDIT: Tried setting the IPV4 manually to Subnet 255.255.255.0, router 192.168.1.1, DNS 192.168.1.1, IP 192.168.1.253 (same as what it defaults to aside from the IP). After rebooting to Windows and back into OS X, it showed the interface as connected, except that it won't connect to anything, just sits there loading forever... Here's another packet dump from that.

jamiethemorrris_wireshark.zip

jamiethemorris_wireshark_manualIPV4.zip

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@jamiethemorris: Looks like the DHCP sever gets confused when you are switching from Windows to OS X because the operating systems don't know of each other but the DHCP server sees just one client and isn't aware of the switch. Ok, this might be an explanation for the strange behavior.

 

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@jamiethemorris: Looks like the DHCP sever gets confused when you are switching from Windows to OS X because the operating systems don't know of each other but the DHCP server sees just one client and isn't aware of the switch. Ok, this might be an explanation for the strange behavior.

 

Mieze

This isn't the first weird thing that's happened with this PC switching between Windows and OS X... The other one was a strange kernel panic, I don't recall how I resolved it.

 

Anyway, check my post again, I'm not sure if you saw the second packet dump, I posted it around the same time you replied.

 

If it won't take the manual IPV4 settings, is there anything I can do about it, perhaps something in my router configuration? Otherwise I could probably try one of those cheap gigabit ethernet cards that work OOTB and see if that helps.

 

Thank you for you help!

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This isn't the first weird thing that's happened with this PC switching between Windows and OS X... The other one was a strange kernel panic, I don't recall how I resolved it.

 

Anyway, check my post again, I'm not sure if you saw the second packet dump, I posted it around the same time you replied.

 

If it won't take the manual IPV4 settings, is there anything I can do about it, perhaps something in my router configuration? Otherwise I could probably try one of those cheap gigabit ethernet cards that work OOTB and see if that helps.

 

Thank you for you help!

Packet reception works as packets have been received in both configurations. According to the dump, transmission works too but in order to make sure that the packets really appear on the wire you would have to create a packet dump on the other endpoint. At least I can see that the NIC's transmitter is processing packets as there would be a chip reset in case of a transmitter hang. All in all there is no indication of a hardware or driver issue.

 

Are you sure that the manual configuration is correct? In both dumps I found MDNS packets received from a machine with IP address 192.168.1.3 which appears to be a Marvell NIC. Is this another machine on the network or your router?

 

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Packet reception works as packets have been received in both configurations. According to the dump, transmission works too but in order to make sure that the packets really appear on the wire you would have to create a packet dump on the other endpoint. At least I can see that the NIC's transmitter is processing packets as there would be a chip reset in case of a transmitter hang. All in all there is no indication of a hardware or driver issue.

 

Are you sure that the manual configuration is correct? In both dumps I found MDNS packets received from a machine with IP address 192.168.1.3 which appears to be a Marvell NIC. Is this another machine on the network or your router?

 

Mieze

192.168.1.3 is my media server/htpc. I'm not 100% sure the manual configuration I used is correct, however it did work before I rebooted into Windows and back into OS X.

 

How do I make a packet dump on the other endpoint (I'm assuming that would be the router?)?

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The best way to test hardware is when you connect 2 machines directly so that interfering devices can be ruled out but you could also try to create a packet dump on the media server. Trying to ping 192.168.1.3 with a manual configuration should deliver at least some ARP requests on the other side.

 

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I just recently stumbled onto the MausiEthernet kext and I'd like to add my 2 cents.  I really appreciate the time it took to make this kext.  Thank you.

 

With this kext I was able to get 802.3ad link aggregation working with internal ethernet cards from different manufacturers (Intel I217V and Killer E2200).

 

After beginning to study Cisco networking in college; we discussed Jumbo frames and their advantages.  With my ISP now offering Gigabit speeds, it would probably help if this kext supported Jumbo sizes.  It really opened my eyes to see the huge overhead of information in a frame compared to the data payload.

 

Just thought I would share.  Thank you for helping me get this working.  Very good work. 

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It's working on the Intel skull motherboard & Yosemite - 82578DC

 

skull_zpsld0tnrqk.png

 

Please You could explain to me how you did to make it work I have the same lan integrated to my mobo intel dp55wb

I've tried it several times but it does not recognize it appears but in gray when I'm going to configure it

thanks

 

-MH

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