Sebastian Apprecht

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  1. Yes, on all upcoming consumer/prosumer boards there will be more likely 2.5GbE onboard, so the hassle might be at a later point and you don't need to get 10 GbE SPF+ or (more or less reliable) RJ45 with copper and you just dump it into your 10 GbE Router/Switch. Otherwise I don't know the reason because I would get an RTL8125 (2.5GbE Nic) like @coyoung@gmail.com - just wanna help For me it was the buying decision for a "cheap" NAS that is somewhat future-proofed.
  2. Here they are. tower-diagnostics-20200903-1349.zip Did not matter for me in this case. But in general that might be an issue.
  3. I'm not entirely sure about this: <node id="network" claimed="true" class="network" handle="PCI:0000:08:00.0"> <description>Ethernet interface</description> <product>RTL8125 2.5GbE Controller</product> <vendor>Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.</vendor> <physid>0</physid> <businfo>pci@0000:08:00.0</businfo> <logicalname>eth0</logicalname> <version>04</version> <serial>[REMOVED]</serial>
  4. I have a small problem with my UNRAID-Server. I replaced the hardware of the hostsystem. Everything expect the NIC works fine. Mainboard is an Asus TUF GAMING B550-PLUS with a Realtek RTL8125B 2.5Gb Ethernet-NIC. If I boot just with this NIC I get a random private IP. I have deleted from the boot-Partition the network.cfg and edited this file. With an USB-NIC the network works almost fine but seems to stops working after a random time. Any Ideas what to do? I did not find any information on installing drivers. I don't have any further information on Slackware. I think the RTL812