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The hardware compatibility list contains hardware devices that are officially supported. There are many devices that will work but that are not on the HCL. If it isn't Broadcom 5752 the HCL it isn't supported but that does not mean it won't work.
There may be reasons that a device isn't on the list including the time and cost to certify a device for an older version of an OS with few new uses. It is also possible Broadcom 5752 the device is not acceptably stable under some condition that is not present on the newer OS version. Glad you are working. If you have the time Broadcom 5752 this thread updated with your progress.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_NET_VENDOR_BROADCOM: Broadcom devices
Try a live CD to see if it negotiates at 1 gigabit. Try a cheap-o gigabit switch.
If under warranty, make a claim. I've has the same issues on a personal NAS.
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First got it, would not link at 1 gigabit. Found out Broadcom 5752 drop had messed a pin bent out of place If I recall, it was position 7,8 shorting.
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Month later, would not link at 1 gigabit again. After a few rounds of Broadcom 5752 various things, warranty claim. Currently, running at 1 gigabit just fine.
Haven't had a chance to really get into this Broadcom 5752 to now but I've made some progress in my testing. I've checked for any anomalies inside the connector, there are none.
No connectivy with onboard Broadcom BCM Tom's Hardware Forum
I haven't yet tried that switch but I have my doubts about that making a difference I do plan to give it a try though. It's long out Broadcom 5752 warranty and it has an Intel quad port gigabit card in it too so it's not like I'm stuck with just this port.
At this point, unless the unmanaged switch somehow makes a difference, I think it's something to do with the actual hardware itself. This surge must have come in through the cable plant as Broadcom 5752 only cable related or connected equipment Broadcom 5752 damaged. Cisco cable modem etherner port dead. HP g switch A couple of switch ports on another switch that were connected to the A couple of NICs on other computers that were connected to the Yeah it's crazy. Nothing else was damaged, just stuff connected to the cable system or my network.
CONFIG_NET_VENDOR_BROADCOM: Broadcom devices
I think it came in through the cable system and hitched a ride on my network before dissipating. My thoughts are as follows: My bits Regards. Broadcom 5752
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