The following guide goes into great detail on how to enable various types of Ethernet Network Interfaces. This guide supports Atheros, Broadcom, Intel, Marvell, NForce, Realtek and VIA Ethernet Controllers.

Index:

Accreditation

Section 1: Ethernet Network Interface Identification

Section 2: Atheros

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s
Part 3: Driver Download
Part 4: Ethernet Injection
Part 5: Patches
Part 6: Known Issues
Part 7: Unsupported Models

Section 3: Broadcom

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s
Part 3: Driver Download
Part 4: Ethernet Injection
Part 5: Patches
Part 6: Known Issues
Part 7: Unsupported Models

Section 4: Intel

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s
Part 3: Driver Download
Part 4: Ethernet Injection
Part 5: Patches
Part 6: Known Issues
Part 7: Unsupported Models

Section 5: Marvell

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s
Part 3: Driver Download
Part 4: Ethernet Injection
Part 5: Patches
Part 6: Known Issues

Section 6: NForce

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s
Part 3: Driver Download
Part 4: Ethernet Injection
Part 5: Patches
Part 6: Known Issues
Part 7: Unsupported Models

Section 7: Realtek

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s
Part 3: Driver Download
Part 4: Ethernet Injection
Part 5: Patches
Part 6: Known Issues
Part 7: Unsupported Models

Section 8: VIA

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Supported Device ID’s
Part 3: Driver Download
Part 4: Ethernet Injection
Part 5: Patches
Part 6: Known Issues
Part 7: Unsupported Models

Section 9: Ethernet Built-in

Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Ethernet Built-in Patch
Part 3: Verification

Accreditation:

Mieze’s post found here.
Mizen’s post found here.
Hnak’s post found here.
Musashi’s post found here.
Eno’s post found here.
Planet Being’s post found here.
Mieze’s post found here.
Mieze’s post found here.
Adlan post found here.

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7 Comments on "Ethernet"

  1. Hi Andrew,

    Congratulations on the new site, I posted on your old wordpress blog as well, but I will post here for anyone looking for the same answer:

    I am trying to do a DSDT edit for a Intel Dual NIC Pro/1000 PT card. Currently the card is is P0P1 (second 16x pci-e lane). I would like both ports to be shown as “built-in” and have WOL working.

    Thanks in advance.

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  2. Hi Andrew,

    Congratulations on the new site. I have posted this on your old wordpress blog by accident.

    I am currently trying to do a DSDT edit for a Intel Dual Nic Pro/1000 PT card. The card is located in P0P1 (second PCI-E 16x slot).

    I would like both ports to show as built-in and WOL working.

    Thank you in advance.

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  3. With the version of E1000e driver referred to in the build process. After a large amount of file transfer I get:

    16/08/2015 3:39:42.000 pm kernel[0]: AppleIntelE1000e(Err): Detected Hardware Unit Hang:

    Do you have a recommended version?

    GA-Z97X-UD7TH
    4790K
    GTX960

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  4. […] ports are based on the Intel i210 Ethernet Chipset. Knowing this I used are Ethernet guide found here to obtain the supported Device ID for the i210 and injected the Device ID for both ports in the SSDT […]

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  5. The Qualcomm Atheros AR8161 of GA-Z77-DS3H does not work in 10.12.But it works very well in 10.9.5 which installed by Multibeast.What can I do ?

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