I made another thread about it. As soon as I reboot or hibernate my computer though it again will not connect. Am I missing something or does Ubuntu not support this card? The card should show up there as a pci device. There is a variety of possible causes: First thing I’d do is check the card to see which chip it’s actually using. Hmm, Try Wallabybob’s suggestion above, run:
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The original NIC is still in the system and can be seen and is functioning as eth0. BB code is On.
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10/100/1000 Gigabit Desktop PCI Adapter
We also believe everyone should be able to afford it. As I said above there are a number of revisions of that card. Sign up using Facebook. Coming from a Microsoft background, you don’t think hardware compatibility problem immediately when you setup your freeBsd box, but you should, especially with a pfsense box since it doesn’t uses the last updated distro of freeBSD. So when you buy brand new NIC, because pfsense is not the most recent distro it is quite possible your new hardware driver will not be available in the pfsense distro.
Then when it didn’t work I start reading more about pfsense, and realize all the above explanation. I’ll check the card tomorrow to see if there is any thing on it that would note the revision.
[SOLVED] Configuring D-Link DGET
Both those should ubuntj supported by the sk or msk drivers so perhaps your card is a different chipset. Therefore it would help if you described what led you to determine it was “undetected” and provided the full output of the pfSense shell command dmesg. I’m downloading the latest version of Ubuntu to see if that recognizes my card. This is not highlighted enough on their website. This may be supported by the re 4 driver but ubuntj not the FreeBSD 8.
Is the card visible under say an up to date version of Linux?
If I delete the persistent-net. How do I make this operate? A quick response would be greatly appreciated.
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Card might be “undetected” because it uses a chipset not recognised by any driver. So it seems that D-link may if the above report is accurate have changed to a completely different chipset whilst keeping the same model number.
Only users with topic management privileges can see ubunyu. I made another thread about it.