10-27-2013 02:01 PM
I have a 2012 MBA and am experierencing the same issue. I'm starting to wish I spent the few extra dollars to buy the one that Apple makes, who seems to care about their customers and plan ahead.
10-28-2013 02:46 PM
Same disappointment here. There's a reason vendors have beta programs. Seems strange to not be ready, or at least have a statement on compatibility/support for a new OS when it comes out. Fortunately I just bought mine last week so I can still return it to BestBuy as I got the Apple USB to Ethernet connector for $24.44 on Amazon. Problem solved for me. Good luck to others.
10-28-2013 07:30 PM
Customers pay good money for a product that is necessary for work and school. With ample time, I can't believe they have just started to work on a new driver. Definitely disapointed after this one.
10-29-2013 01:15 PM
I agree as well. I am now regretting buying their product. With the little planning and communication ive seen, i'll be thinking twice in the future.
10-29-2013 10:18 PM
My solution was to go buy an Apple branded USB to Etherenet. That is working for me on a 2011 Mac Book Pro running Mavericks.
10-31-2013 03:24 PM
Ye, i'm waiting too. I can't believe it's taking so long and I'll definitely reconsider buying/promoting their products in the future. I would definitely recommend calling since then they may take this matter with more urgency. The more calls the better.
11-04-2013 03:38 PM
A lot of customers who've purchased this adapter (model # RF-PCC132) for Macbooks have recently installed OS Mavericks on to their computers. Since the driver is no longer compatible with this OS, the outdated online driver provided online no longer works and now many users cannot access the internet. It's been some time now since OS Mavericks has been out yet there is no fix. I was wondering if a Rocketfish representative could assess this issue and provide an expected wait time for a new, working driver to be released.
I'd like to stick with this product instead of going through the hassle of returning it and buying a new one that is more expensive, but a working adapter is better than one that doesn't. Any help with regards to this issue is greatly appreciated.
11-05-2013 02:53 PM
The engineers are still working on this. As soon as I get an update, I will pass it on.
11-05-2013 02:56 PM
So I've manually configured the network adapter with an IP address/mask/gateway and DNS servers. The adapter shows "online" and I can ping addresses anywhere I want. The problem seems to be that the higher OSI level protocols are not functioning properly (ARP, DNS, DHCP, etc). These protocols have not changed over the last several years it is strange that a mere OS update has caused this issue. It almost seems like Apple has engineered a way to prevent non-apple derived products from functioning properly.