Linksys USB200M

Randall Stewart rrs at cisco.com
Mon Jun 25 11:05:13 UTC 2007


M. Warner Losh wrote:
> In message: <200706181244.11235.doconnor at gsoft.com.au>
>             "Daniel O'Connor" <doconnor at gsoft.com.au> writes:
> : On Monday 18 June 2007 12:16, Randall Stewart wrote:
> : > it in to my leading bleeding edge current and I see:
> : > ugen0: <vendor 0x13b1 product 0x0018, class 255/255, rev 2.00/0.01,
> : > addr 2> on uhub4
> : 
> : According to usbdevs a USB200M has a device ID of 0x2226 and a vendor ID 
> : of 0x066b.
> : 
> : Linksys have probably changed the chip they use without changing the 
> : model name :( Since you work there maybe you can go yell at someone ;)
> : 
> : From the Linux driver it looks like an ASIX AX88178 10/100/1000
> : 
> : Interestingly I can't actually find who uses the vendor ID of 0x066b..
> : (0x13b1 is CISCO/Linksys)
> : 
> : I don't think you'll get it working without cutting some code.
> : 
> : On the plus side the data sheet is readily available..
> : http://www.asix.com.tw/FrootAttach/datasheet/AX88178_datasheet_Rev11.pdf
> 
> axe should support these devices.  The fact that it doesn't is because
> it hasn't been expanded to support newer members of this family.
> OtherBSD has support for them that I'm looking to merge in.  Can
> either of you test it for me?
> 
> Warner
> 
Alas..

I gave my USB device to a fellow employee with a windoz machine...

If you send me patches I will see about recovering it (or purchasing
another one) and give it a try.. It will take me some time though..

R

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Randall Stewart
NSSTG - Cisco Systems Inc.
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