• IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
  • IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
  • IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
  • IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
  • IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
  • IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
  • IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187
IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187

IO Crest USB 3.1 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Adapter - SY-ADA20187

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  • Supports USB3.1/2.0/1.1
  • Supports CDC-ECM
  • Supports Link power management
  • Supports Pair swap/polarity/skew Correction
  • Crossover detection &Amp; auto- Correction

Customer Reviews

Not for PCI Passthrough in ESXi or PFsenseProduct works as advertised, meaning it's a NIC that does NIC things. Does -not- work with ESXi out the box, you have to attach drivers to the installer which was expected, however, PCI passthrough will not work at all regardless of driver version. Additionally PFsense didn't seem to like this NIC as well, even though it worked well with my other realtek card. I sent this back for an Intel nic just to remove the headaches.3Ethernet keeps disconnecting itselfLots of usbs, but what's the point of this if the main function (ethernet) keeps disconnecting itself and flashing the yellow triangle. You have to enable and disable the driver for this to work again, but this isn't a solution because it will keep disconnecting itself, repeating the same procedure endlessly.I don't recommend this product and advice buyers to stay away from it.1Easy to install and Windows saw it immediately - but no internet issueDidn't even need to use the driver disc that came with the box.No issue with the NIC port at all. USB ports worked. I like this card because the USB ports are horizontal. Tried it on two cases, no blockage!!I have tried the other brand's NIC + USB card. That one had the USB ports vertically mounted, which caused part of the ports being blocked - both my Lain Li and Factual Design caes.Now my motherboards can run for anothe year or two because a need to get the latest and greatest. Wife would be happy!Update: so it has been a week using this card. Now I have noticed a no internet issue once a day, some times two or three times. Each time I have to disable, and then reenable the driver to make it work. Tried changing USB, power.. etc settings in bios, or test for conflicts, as well as updating the last known driver from the makers site in Taiwan, even en/disable other nic drivers.More update - So after spending a day troubleshooting it, checked if it was IRQ conflict, worked on driver compatibilities with Windows 10.. etc. I even installed it on my spare Windows 10 which had a fresh install. Same thing. The next day I tried it with my son's Windows 7, it immediately gave us the no internet bug within an hour. Tried the standard procedures again on his box, after almost a day, we gave up. I wanted to have extra USB 3 ports, but I need stable connection due to work. Time to swap it out it.5Great adapter for a server machineGreat adapter for a server machine, or in my case, a PFSense router build.A quick tip (this card uses 4 Realtek NIC chips): test the card in a test bench PC with the latest version of whatever OS you are using. in my case, my test bench PC running Windows 10 1709 detects the card immediately and it works as advertised. all 4 ports connect at Gigabit speeds, provided you also have a Gigabit Ethernet Switch.As for recommendations, if you need a cheap multi-port network card for a server machine, router build, or some other application, I give this card a 5 out of 5 based on my experience with this $40 card.5200+ MB/s Windows 10 SMB Multichannel is go!The Syba PEX24041 was just the ticket to get SMB Multichannel up and running on my new Ryzen PC. After installation I:1.) Installed the latest drivers from Realtek2.) added "server multi channel support = yes" to smb.conf on my QNAP NAS*3.) restarted samba on the NAS4.) unplugged the on-board ethernet **5.) transferred a few files at over 200 MB/s.* this change will be rewritten upon restart, still have to work that out.** with all three ports connected transfer speed dropped to ~175 MB/sEquipment:Ryzen 7 1700 on MSI B350 Mortar, 16GB RAM, Sandisk Ultra II SSDQNAP TS-651 w/ 5 5GB Red drives, two gigabit ports, SMB 3.0 enabledZyxel GS1900-16 switch ****** bought because I thought I'd have to configure LAG/LACP, but multichannel supposedly works on unmanaged gear, too.5Great ValueThis was exactly what I needed with 1 potentially big issue (Ill mention in cons). I needed a dual port Gigabit NIC that fit into a half length mini PCIe slot on a ASRock Z87E-ITX. I use this machine as a server with Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials. The onboard Intel I217V is technically not compatible with Win Server but editing the inf makes it possible to install. This meant that I never update the driver as it would be a pain. It worked fine but I got a new router (ASUS RT-AC88U Wireless-AC3100 Dual Band Gigabit Router, AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security) that supported teaming 2x Gigabit NICs for 2Gbps. I wanted to get a GBe NIC that supported Win Server 2012 R2, could be teamed, and supported other tech like jumbo frames.While I could have gotten a NIC that was standard PCIe (upto x16) I wanted to avoid this if I could because space is limited in my server. I was not using the min PCIe slot as it usually has a Wifi/bluetooth card and I didnt need that for the server. I was not having much luck finding dual port mini PCIe cards that I thought could support teaming. I came across an Intel I350T2V2 variant somewhere online but not from reputable sites and didnt want to take the chance. Then I stumbled on this at Amazon. I figured for $30 it was worth a shot and I could likely return it if I had problems.I am sure happy I tried it as it has exceeded my expectations.Pros:-Well packaged, seems well made physically-Cables are long enough but not too long (may be a problem in larger ATX or larger but in ITX or even an mATX build I think its reasonable)-Ports are spaced out well from each other.-Show as 2 distinct NIC's in Device manager-Win Server 2012 R2 installed drivers automatically (from 2013 for me)-Realtek website had installer from very recent in 2016 for drivers, as a bonus it didnt install other junk.-Supports 9k jumbo frames, WOL, etc.Cons:-NOT, I repeat NOT a Half sized mini PCIe card. This is full sized according to my understanding of the terminology/spec. Half size is ~26/27mm long and full is ~51mm. I didnt measure it exactly but my wifi card I removed is exactly 26mm and this was about 2x as long. It just barely fit and did not line up with the screw whole of the half height. It seems snug enough and I dont move my server ever so I am not worried about it.Other thoughts:Well worth it. Was getting 112MB/s xfer from desktop to server for a large files. I am now getting 118MB/s using this card (9k jumbo frames enabled). I also have the peice of mind that my server could output ~2Gbps to multiple devices at the same time. So far very happy I found this.5GENERIC BRAND, NOT Syba. WORKS FINEI was disappointed to see the Syba brand product I thought I'd purchased was instead a generic model of the same kind of card. This is confidence uninspiring in the vendor.The card seems to be working fine and I was able to get updated drivers from the RealTek web site.I visually confirmed the chips are the RTL8111E chips I was after. They support advanced features like jumbo frames and dedicated VM support.Because it's working fine for my application in my system I'd give it 5 stars, but I don't like getting different brand than I thought I was buying. If they had mentioned this could or would be the case in the product description I probably would have been fine with it.Like I said - mine is working fine. But I can't say what you'll get if you buy this product. Two stars lost on this review because it wasn't the brand I ordered, even if the card is functionally the same.Hope this helps someone.3Keeps Disconnecting!This adapter is absolutely awful! From the time I installed it, it's been nothing but trouble. I thought Syba had decent quality products, but I was wrong.First after installation, only one port would actually connect. It turns out that both ports have the same MAC address! I've seen this before on cheap Chinese Bluetooth adapters, but never on a NIC adapter. Once I manually assigned a different MAC to the 2nd port, I was able to transfer data for short bursts with one or the other adapter for a short time, but with both active, transfers wouldn't even start and the connection would disconnect. So much for using SMB Multichannel. Teaming the adapters does work, but speed is never any faster than 1 Gbps total, even to 2 different NAS units at the same time.1like, 4000) and it is a PCIe 1I had to return this because even though I was able to get it to work with ESXi, it had two limitations that weren't able to be corrected. It's large packet support couldn't do 9000 (it was limited to, like, 4000) and it is a PCIe 1.0 AND 1x device, meaning it cannot achieve full performance. I believe the slot limited it to 1.5gbps while it was physically offering 2x1gbps full duplex. i.e. you can't push 2gbps through 1.5gbps slot or 4gbps through 3gbps full duplex.If large frame support and full saturation aren't a concern, it is one of the cheapest ways to achieve two gigabit slots, and it did work with a ESXi custom installer vib, just be aware you can't pump the frames up to their largest size.2Low to ModerateI purchased 4 of these card's. Two I purchased at Newegg for my own machine. These functioned properly for about a month so I purchased two more for my sons computer from Amazon. A few days after my son's cards arrived one of mine started failing. Within a day or two after installation, one of my son's cards started failing as well.With a 50% failure rate and only a short period of use, my experience with these cards leads me to believe there is some less than optimal quality control with this product.Additionally, the card is slower than a dual port Intel card I have installed that"s 10 years old.1
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Description
  • Supports USB3.1/2.0/1.1
  • Supports CDC-ECM
  • Supports Link power management
  • Supports Pair swap/polarity/skew Correction
  • Crossover detection &Amp; auto- Correction
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Not for PCI Passthrough in ESXi or PFsenseProduct works as advertised, meaning it's a NIC that does NIC things. Does -not- work with ESXi out the box, you have to attach drivers to the installer which was expected, however, PCI passthrough will not work at all regardless of driver version. Additionally PFsense didn't seem to like this NIC as well, even though it worked well with my other realtek card. I sent this back for an Intel nic just to remove the headaches.3Ethernet keeps disconnecting itselfLots of usbs, but what's the point of this if the main function (ethernet) keeps disconnecting itself and flashing the yellow triangle. You have to enable and disable the driver for this to work again, but this isn't a solution because it will keep disconnecting itself, repeating the same procedure endlessly.I don't recommend this product and advice buyers to stay away from it.1Easy to install and Windows saw it immediately - but no internet issueDidn't even need to use the driver disc that came with the box.No issue with the NIC port at all. USB ports worked. I like this card because the USB ports are horizontal. Tried it on two cases, no blockage!!I have tried the other brand's NIC + USB card. That one had the USB ports vertically mounted, which caused part of the ports being blocked - both my Lain Li and Factual Design caes.Now my motherboards can run for anothe year or two because a need to get the latest and greatest. Wife would be happy!Update: so it has been a week using this card. Now I have noticed a no internet issue once a day, some times two or three times. Each time I have to disable, and then reenable the driver to make it work. Tried changing USB, power.. etc settings in bios, or test for conflicts, as well as updating the last known driver from the makers site in Taiwan, even en/disable other nic drivers.More update - So after spending a day troubleshooting it, checked if it was IRQ conflict, worked on driver compatibilities with Windows 10.. etc. I even installed it on my spare Windows 10 which had a fresh install. Same thing. The next day I tried it with my son's Windows 7, it immediately gave us the no internet bug within an hour. Tried the standard procedures again on his box, after almost a day, we gave up. I wanted to have extra USB 3 ports, but I need stable connection due to work. Time to swap it out it.5Great adapter for a server machineGreat adapter for a server machine, or in my case, a PFSense router build.A quick tip (this card uses 4 Realtek NIC chips): test the card in a test bench PC with the latest version of whatever OS you are using. in my case, my test bench PC running Windows 10 1709 detects the card immediately and it works as advertised. all 4 ports connect at Gigabit speeds, provided you also have a Gigabit Ethernet Switch.As for recommendations, if you need a cheap multi-port network card for a server machine, router build, or some other application, I give this card a 5 out of 5 based on my experience with this $40 card.5200+ MB/s Windows 10 SMB Multichannel is go!The Syba PEX24041 was just the ticket to get SMB Multichannel up and running on my new Ryzen PC. After installation I:1.) Installed the latest drivers from Realtek2.) added "server multi channel support = yes" to smb.conf on my QNAP NAS*3.) restarted samba on the NAS4.) unplugged the on-board ethernet **5.) transferred a few files at over 200 MB/s.* this change will be rewritten upon restart, still have to work that out.** with all three ports connected transfer speed dropped to ~175 MB/sEquipment:Ryzen 7 1700 on MSI B350 Mortar, 16GB RAM, Sandisk Ultra II SSDQNAP TS-651 w/ 5 5GB Red drives, two gigabit ports, SMB 3.0 enabledZyxel GS1900-16 switch ****** bought because I thought I'd have to configure LAG/LACP, but multichannel supposedly works on unmanaged gear, too.5Great ValueThis was exactly what I needed with 1 potentially big issue (Ill mention in cons). I needed a dual port Gigabit NIC that fit into a half length mini PCIe slot on a ASRock Z87E-ITX. I use this machine as a server with Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials. The onboard Intel I217V is technically not compatible with Win Server but editing the inf makes it possible to install. This meant that I never update the driver as it would be a pain. It worked fine but I got a new router (ASUS RT-AC88U Wireless-AC3100 Dual Band Gigabit Router, AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security) that supported teaming 2x Gigabit NICs for 2Gbps. I wanted to get a GBe NIC that supported Win Server 2012 R2, could be teamed, and supported other tech like jumbo frames.While I could have gotten a NIC that was standard PCIe (upto x16) I wanted to avoid this if I could because space is limited in my server. I was not using the min PCIe slot as it usually has a Wifi/bluetooth card and I didnt need that for the server. I was not having much luck finding dual port mini PCIe cards that I thought could support teaming. I came across an Intel I350T2V2 variant somewhere online but not from reputable sites and didnt want to take the chance. Then I stumbled on this at Amazon. I figured for $30 it was worth a shot and I could likely return it if I had problems.I am sure happy I tried it as it has exceeded my expectations.Pros:-Well packaged, seems well made physically-Cables are long enough but not too long (may be a problem in larger ATX or larger but in ITX or even an mATX build I think its reasonable)-Ports are spaced out well from each other.-Show as 2 distinct NIC's in Device manager-Win Server 2012 R2 installed drivers automatically (from 2013 for me)-Realtek website had installer from very recent in 2016 for drivers, as a bonus it didnt install other junk.-Supports 9k jumbo frames, WOL, etc.Cons:-NOT, I repeat NOT a Half sized mini PCIe card. This is full sized according to my understanding of the terminology/spec. Half size is ~26/27mm long and full is ~51mm. I didnt measure it exactly but my wifi card I removed is exactly 26mm and this was about 2x as long. It just barely fit and did not line up with the screw whole of the half height. It seems snug enough and I dont move my server ever so I am not worried about it.Other thoughts:Well worth it. Was getting 112MB/s xfer from desktop to server for a large files. I am now getting 118MB/s using this card (9k jumbo frames enabled). I also have the peice of mind that my server could output ~2Gbps to multiple devices at the same time. So far very happy I found this.5GENERIC BRAND, NOT Syba. WORKS FINEI was disappointed to see the Syba brand product I thought I'd purchased was instead a generic model of the same kind of card. This is confidence uninspiring in the vendor.The card seems to be working fine and I was able to get updated drivers from the RealTek web site.I visually confirmed the chips are the RTL8111E chips I was after. They support advanced features like jumbo frames and dedicated VM support.Because it's working fine for my application in my system I'd give it 5 stars, but I don't like getting different brand than I thought I was buying. If they had mentioned this could or would be the case in the product description I probably would have been fine with it.Like I said - mine is working fine. But I can't say what you'll get if you buy this product. Two stars lost on this review because it wasn't the brand I ordered, even if the card is functionally the same.Hope this helps someone.3Keeps Disconnecting!This adapter is absolutely awful! From the time I installed it, it's been nothing but trouble. I thought Syba had decent quality products, but I was wrong.First after installation, only one port would actually connect. It turns out that both ports have the same MAC address! I've seen this before on cheap Chinese Bluetooth adapters, but never on a NIC adapter. Once I manually assigned a different MAC to the 2nd port, I was able to transfer data for short bursts with one or the other adapter for a short time, but with both active, transfers wouldn't even start and the connection would disconnect. So much for using SMB Multichannel. Teaming the adapters does work, but speed is never any faster than 1 Gbps total, even to 2 different NAS units at the same time.1like, 4000) and it is a PCIe 1I had to return this because even though I was able to get it to work with ESXi, it had two limitations that weren't able to be corrected. It's large packet support couldn't do 9000 (it was limited to, like, 4000) and it is a PCIe 1.0 AND 1x device, meaning it cannot achieve full performance. I believe the slot limited it to 1.5gbps while it was physically offering 2x1gbps full duplex. i.e. you can't push 2gbps through 1.5gbps slot or 4gbps through 3gbps full duplex.If large frame support and full saturation aren't a concern, it is one of the cheapest ways to achieve two gigabit slots, and it did work with a ESXi custom installer vib, just be aware you can't pump the frames up to their largest size.2Low to ModerateI purchased 4 of these card's. Two I purchased at Newegg for my own machine. These functioned properly for about a month so I purchased two more for my sons computer from Amazon. A few days after my son's cards arrived one of mine started failing. Within a day or two after installation, one of my son's cards started failing as well.With a 50% failure rate and only a short period of use, my experience with these cards leads me to believe there is some less than optimal quality control with this product.Additionally, the card is slower than a dual port Intel card I have installed that"s 10 years old.1
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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