Anker® Unibody Aluminum USB 3.0 to RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter Supporting 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet [RTL8153 Chipset] £11.99 @ Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal) - HotUKDeals
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Anker® Unibody Aluminum USB 3.0 to RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter Supporting 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet [RTL8153 Chipset] £11.99 @ Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)

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Lightning deal. USB 3.0 male A to RJ45 female adapter supporting 10/100/1000 Mbps ethernet. Adopts USB 3.0 standard. Backward compatible with 2.0/1.1 standards. Supports backpressure routing and IEEE… Read More
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Lightning deal. USB 3.0 male A to RJ45 female adapter supporting 10/100/1000 Mbps ethernet. Adopts USB 3.0 standard. Backward compatible with 2.0/1.1 standards.
Supports backpressure routing and IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex (FDX) and half-duplex (HDX) systems. Compatible with IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u and IEEE 802.3ab. Supports IEEE 802.3az (Energy Efficient Ethernet).
Supports crossover detection, auto-correction and Wake-on-LAN (WOL). Supports Windows (32/64 bit) 8 / 7 / Vista / XP, Mac OS 10.5 or higher. Driver-free for Mac OS.
Powered via USB - no external power adapter needed. LED indicators indicate operation.
Package contents: Anker® Unibody USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter, welcome guide, our fan-favorite 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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#1
Could this be used to connect a Pi Zero W to my Router for PiHole duties?
#2
Could this be used to connect a Pi Zero W to my Router for PiHole duties?
Your pi has wifi biultin , your roter has wifi builtin, I c no need?
#3
willysnapper
Could this be used to connect a Pi Zero W to my Router for PiHole duties?


Maybe, but if you Google the chipset and Linux support there appear to be a few people talking about issues. You might be better off finding one that's advertised as working with the pi. This price is good for an anker product but can probably get a similarly priced one that people have used with a pi
#5
Gutted to miss it, was looking earlier today to try with iPad and usb3 lightning connector.
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Great little adapters I got one from Flubit for about £13.
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#8

Lol - where do you think Anker make theirs :p
#9
GwanGy
Could this be used to connect a Pi Zero W to my Router for PiHole duties?
Your pi has wifi biultin , your roter has wifi builtin, I c no need?
The need is that if the PiZero is to be used for PiHole duty, all the local area network traffic would have to pass through it and the only connection it could have to the router without an RJ45 socket would be WiFi.
Hardly an ideal situation. :{
#10
willysnapper
GwanGy
Could this be used to connect a Pi Zero W to my Router for PiHole duties?
Your pi has wifi biultin , your roter has wifi builtin, I c no need?
The need is that if the PiZero is to be used for PiHole duty, all the local area network traffic would have to pass through it and the only connection it could have to the router without an RJ45 socket would be WiFi.
Hardly an ideal situation. :{
Your traffic doesn't pass through the RPi when you use Pi Hole, only the DNS requests do which are miniscule amounts of data as in under 1kb. That said mines running on Ethernet just because it's easier to setup. According to the devs though wifi shouldn't really make a difference.

Edited By: dcx_badass on Mar 04, 2017 11:10: .
#11
dcx_badass
That said mines running on Ethernet just because it's easier to setup. According to the devs though wifi should really make a difference.
Thanks for that but you lose me at this point! :|

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