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Very unlikely to be an Ubuntu problem. Before you wonder, the fact that it connects at 100Mbs instead of 1GBs is normal, many PLC adapters only have 100Mbs ports. It is very likely a matter of PLC signal scrambled by something else, which could be the power unit of your laptop: Try connecting by ethernet directly Unplug at least momentarily all ...


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Use nload. From its manpage: nload is a console application which monitors network traffic and bandwidth usage in real time. It visualizes the in- and outgoing traffic using two graphs and provides additional info like the total amount of transfered data and min/max network usage. Another tool that you could find useful is iptraf. From Wikipedia: [....


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Assuming you want the external IP gateway address, you'll need to either find out from the gateway device itself or contact an external service. A site that I use for stuff like this (particularly for ddclient, as it needs to know when to re-register my DDNS and tunnel) is icanhazip.com, which can show your Internet-facing IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, among ...


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Here is your answer: apt-get install firmware-linux-nonfree I fixed this some time ago, with the earlier apt line...


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You can use lldpctl. $ apt install lldpd $ service start lldpd $ # wait few seconds $ lldpctl ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LLDP neighbors: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Interface: eno1, via: LLDP, RID: 2, Time: 0 day, 00:01:34 Chassis: ChassisID: ...


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For the situation where you attach an unknown device directly to your computer (laptop), the first thing to try is to run a DHCP server on your computer and give it an address. The you look at the log of the DHCP server and you'll know which address it has. The DHCP protocol works very roughly like this: A device broadcasts a "hello, I'm new in this ...


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