@TheCoolest: Wow, that’s impressive! I just ordered one.
Thank you for the above information.
TBH, that is what I would expect when connecting such a gigabit USBNet dongle to a USB2 port. Not long ago, I bought a Kebidumei 100Mbps Micro USB 2.0 RJ45 Network Adapter under US $2 and it has an ASIX AX8872b USBNET chip. I use it on my Seagate Dockstar with debian OS and it’s capable of pumping out 90+ Mbps (around 10 MBps data) up/down stream when tested using this Digirati F3 utility to an NFS drive on a Seagate GoFLEX Home.
For Ethernet I use TP-Link UE300 https://www.tp-link.com/us/products/details/cat-5523_TL-UE300.html
It works great.
I purchased the one mentioned by The Coolest but still had stuttering and buffering (even with adjustments via the advancedsettings.xml) when playing high bitrate 4k files.
After that I purchased the one from ugreen (with a different chipset) and it worked fine.
But in the end I switched boxes and went for a S912-box with Gbit LAN (and I am happy with it)
I ordered this one from Amazon and it works great:
Is the Realtek 8188 (RTL8188CUS) supported by CoreELEC?
I have a TX3 Pro which apparently has a 9082xs so I’m looking for a replacement and found this one dirt cheap on AliExpress so I’m wondering if it’ll work .
I believe some work is being done on 9082xs for CE.
Maybe some dev has an update on the situation?
Can you login into your device and do a
dmesg do dump out what WiFi chipset is detected for this WiFi adapter?
From his link to buy on Amazon it reads in product description to download wifi drivers
Hi, I wanted to buy the TP-Link Archer T3U AC1300 which features the Realtek RTL8822BU chipset. Does anyone know if this chipset is supported by Coreelec?
Thanks for helping