Kernel module for RTL8153 driver
I would be interested in the Realtek 8153 URE driver to be compiled under the PFSense kernel, since I do not have access I cannot compile it myself. The below forum posts has a link to the man page for the URE driver, I did confirm in FreeBSD 11 and 12 that when I made the configuration changes and recompiled the kernel that the Realtek 8153 was performing at full gigabit on usb.
Please reference the forum post here:
Updated by Jim Pingle 11 months ago
- Category changed from Interfaces to Operating System
- Priority changed from Normal to Very Low
- Target version set to Future
Encouraging the use of USB Ethernet devices is probably not a great idea, though it may be possible to add the driver into a future version.
Updated by Viktor Gurov 11 months ago
Updated by Jesus Vina Trujillo 9 months ago
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my usb adapter it does not show the speed of the link, it tells me in netgate that it is because of the driver it uses. can you help me add a driver that supports it.
this reason it does not show the link speed
the ure(4) driver is not currently included in pfSense so your adapter is instead using the cdce(4) driver.
You should add comments to the feature request of you want that driver to be included in a future version.
Updated by Steve Wheeler 8 months ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Resolved
Looks good. Module is present and loads correctly:
[2.6.0-DEVELOPMENT][firstname.lastname@example.org]/root: kldload if_ure [2.6.0-DEVELOPMENT][email@example.com]/root: kldstat Id Refs Address Size Name 1 17 0xffffffff80200000 3ae8530 kernel 2 1 0xffffffff83f19000 1000 cpuctl.ko 3 1 0xffffffff83f1a000 2698 intpm.ko 4 1 0xffffffff83f1d000 b40 smbus.ko 5 1 0xffffffff83f1e000 8cd0 aesni.ko 6 1 0xffffffff83f27000 3d00 if_ure.ko
2.6.0-DEVELOPMENT (amd64) built on Sat Feb 27 01:03:47 EST 2021 FreeBSD 12.2-STABLE