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Drivers for REALTEK network cards for the following series : RTL8100B (L) / RTL8100C (L) / RTL8101L / RTL8139C (L) RTL8139C (L) + / RTL8139D (L) / RTL8100 (L) RTL8130 / RTL8139B (L). You can download and use these drivers for free.
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Has anyone had luck with their realtek 8139 NIC? Mine will work for about 15 minutes and then drop connection. While it is working it is extremely slow, ie dialup speeds. I have taken a look at the console and for miles it displays that there was an error with the driver. Does anyone have a fix for this yet? I tried using the Intel 8256MM driver for my onboard, which worked but also caused random KPs.
Does anyone have another download link? I used my RTL8139 drivers from leopard, 10.5.7, version 1.4.1 (678)., they work for 15 min then my pings timeout, now without the any "receiverinterrupt" errors . I would rather have errors in console log with SL vanilla drivers (1.5.3, 284), at least I would know something was wrong.
In the kernel source code for the FreeBSD operating system, one device driver file goes as far as calling the 8139 card "probably the worst PCI ethernet controller ever made", noting that "the RealTek 8139 PCI NIC redefines the meaning of 'low end.' The 8139 supports bus-master DMA, but it has a terrible interface that nullifies any performance gains that bus-master DMA usually offers."  2b1af7f3a8