Troubleshooting ethernet connectivity issues with the Belkin F4U093 on your MacBook

When using an ethernet connection to the Belkin USB-C™ Express Dock 3.1 HD (USB Type-C™), F4U093, you may experience issues with not being able to connect to the internet. 

The following troubleshooting tips have been found to resolve ethernet connectivity issues on your MacBook®:

Tip 1:  Confirm your router / modem is turned ON and connected.

Tip 2:  Check to make sure you can get online via Wi-Fi.

Tip 3:  Try using a different ethernet cable.

Tip 4:  On your MacBook, click System Preferences and in the Network Settings, confirm that you have the USB 10/100/1000 LAN option on the list of available networks. 
  • If it is not on the list of options, click the plus (+) symbol and select from the drop down the USB 10/100/1000 LAN to add the network manually.
  • If the USB 10/100/1000 LAN is available to select but there is no IP address detected, contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider) and/or your router manufacturer for assistance in setting up your IP address.
  • If the USB 10/100/1000 LAN is available to select and there is an IP address detected but you are unable to use the internet with the ethernet network, follow the steps below:
Step 1:
Disconnect the dock from the MacBook. 

Step 2:
Shut down your computer. 

Step 3:
Disconnect the peripherals from the dock.

Step 4:
Disconnect the power supply from the dock. 

Step 5:
Reconnect the power supply to the dock.

Step 6:
Reconnect the peripherals to the dock.

Step 7:
Reconnect the USB-C cable from the dock to the MacBook.

Step 8:
Turn the MacBook back ON.

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