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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by Avery1, Jan 13, 2016.
Do you know of a 802.3ad compliant USB 3 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter? I haven't found one yet...
I don't know of any, but as you posted this in the iMac subforum and ask about USB 3 I'm going to assume you have an iMac with thunderbolt as well. The Apple thunderbolt ethernet adapters should be compatible with 802.3ad/LACP as OS X allows them to be bundled.
TP-Link just announced the worlds first WiGig router at CES. There's literally nothing out there right now.
802.3ad is LACP/Link-Aggregation, has nothing to do with Wireless
I suspect you are thinking about 802.11ad
Oops you're right. My eyes saw 802 and the letters "ad" and didn't notice the .3 instead of the .11.
My bad, sorry for the mix up
I learned that the below information, regarding some USB3 Gigabit Ethernet adapters and 802.3ad (LACP/Link-Aggregation):
### Supports 802.3ad, per mfg ###
none known, see note on USB31000S, below.
### Does not support 802.3ad, per mfg ###
UPDATE - DOES NOTE APPEAR TO BE 802.3ad compliant: Moshi USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter UPDATE - OSX does not complain about it not being 802.3ad compliant, but I also didn't get link aggregation working on the Mac side: StarTach USB31000S - Technical Support: Unfortunately, we do not have support for 802.3ad on either of these USB adapters at this time.
StarTach USB31000SPTB - Technical support: Unfortunately, we do not have support for 802.3ad on either of these USB adapters at this time.
StarTach Other USB3 Adapters - Technical Support: I did ask about other USB based adapters with 802.3ad support and I do not have any other adapters I can offer at this time either.
I'd like to see if I can find one with pass-through, and will update this list.