I will be investigating your concern in order to provide your further assistance.
Also, could you please provide me the model of your Intel processor or Intel device that you are using?
Once that you reply I will continue with the research.
Celeron N3060 in a Easynote entg81ba (acer pakard bell) connected to huawei something 630 something.
When I plug ethernet cable I'm sure of it disables wireless(qualcomm), doesn't use both(realtek + qualcomm) automagically I think.
USB: 3.0 Intel extensible host controller 1.0(microsoft) + there is Intel trusted execution engine interface somewhere near.
Qualcomm wireless + realtek gigabit ethernet + Intel HD 400 iGPU + this USB sharing same PCI-e node
Thank you for the confirmation. I am still investigating your case.
With the new details that you have provided, I will try to reply to you with further details as soon as possible.
Thanks for your patience and time.
Thank you, this is not a critical importance project. I'm just learning cluster computing using my opencl wrapper program in visual studio 2015 and 2 windows pcs and 1 modem. I'm planning to buy a fast or gigabit switch to make two computer communicate better. Adding a second link between two computer would be cool for me as it would enable a chance of multi adapter network optimization on software for me so I learn even more.
I just read this somewhere:
Gigabit Ethernet was introduced with the support of based standard of IEEE 802.3-2008. Now the Gigabit Ethernet utilize the five physical layer standard for Gigabit Ethernet using the either 1000BASE-T twisted pair cable, 1000BASE-X optical fiber and 1000BASE-CX shielded balanced copper cable. All these standards use the 8b/10 b encoding system that inflates the lien rate by 25% from 1000 Mbit/s to 1250 Mbit/s.
so similar to old pci-e vs new pci-e, there is %25 extra gain from 100Mbps to 1Gbps so it would be possible with Easynote ENTG81BA? so 12 times bandwidth instead of 10 times not considering packet loss ratios.
Thank you very much for all the information provided.
According to your Intel® Celeron® Processor N3060 there was not available a list of the tested peripherals.
Intel® Celeron® Processor N3060
Although I can confirm to you, there are options that will allow you to complete the IP over USB.
For example, you can go to the following Microsoft link, that will be pretty helpful in case if you are working on Windows:
Configuring IP over USB
Although, since this is not an official Intel guide, my recommendation it is to please contact the manufacturer (OEM) of your device (desktop or laptop) in order to avoid any harm to your equipment or invalidation of your warranty.
If you have an Intel device such as Compute Stick on NUC, do not hesitate to reply back with the model.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you, I will inform you if I get hold of a compute stick.