not fully supported by FreeBSD using Rev D1 hardware.
24 October 2015
Summary: doesnt work with FreeBSD, i am able to ping but no higher level protocols go thru such as http,ftp email etc. it has to do with the driver revision i received rev D1 and freeBSD only shows rev C as the last one supported.
Pros: I made a backup firewall out of a mini-PC and I needed 3 NICs (on board the PC there is only one). So I picked up to of these USB NICs. Inexpensive, stable connection and works seamlessly with OpenBSD, exactly what I was looking for
Summary: It's not fancy, but it does what it's supposed to. For those of us who have a netbook/notebook that does not have a built in network card, nor an available wireless connection, this is a must.
Pros: Works perfectly with Windows 8. I have version C. I used the drivers that came on the disk, and after installation, it worked like a charm. Getting the same speeds on this Acer Aspire as my desktop with an internal network card.
Cons: I wish the USB cable was a little longer. A retracting cable would be even better.