The command lsusb -t reveals, if your personal combination of device, OpenWrt firmware and external USB drive supports the newer and slightly faster USB 3.0 UASP Extension (USB Attached SCSI Protocol) or the older USB 3.0 block driver:
This appendix presents all of the driver modules and their version information as shipped in the current version of UEK R6 (x86_64). This appendix is generated automatically. Note that driver versions and available drivers may change in subsequent errata releases, but the driver versions will always be the same or later than presented here.
The upstream Linux kernel is unifying version management for in-tree kernel modules, effectively deprecating kernel module version numbering. Many vendors are adopting the new model and driver versions may no longer be accurate, or entirely removed in the future. Note that this appendix may be removed in subsequent UEK updates.
The drivers provided on this page are for CH9200 USB Ethernet Adapter, and most of them are for Windows operating system. Before downloading the driver, please confirm the version number of the operating system installed on the computer where the driver will be installed. If the system version number does not meet the driver requirements, it may cause some unexpected problems. In the case of determining the operating system version number, it is recommended to download the 5-star driver first.
In addition, as long as your downloaded driver version can make the system work normally and stably, you don't have to excessively pursue the latest version of the driver. This is because the new version of the driver is to solve some BUGs in extreme cases, or to improve a little bit of hardware performance, but it may also bring some new unpredictable problems.
Many hardware names are usually named after the chip model, and each chip model has its own dedicated driver, so as long as you know the chip model used by the hardware, you can find the right driver. For example, if your graphics card is named: "AMD Radeon RX 580", while actually the core chip model used is: "Radeon RX 580", then enter "Radeon RX 580" or "RX 580" to find the driver.
If you have a laptop or an all-in-one PC, you can also use the product name to search, and then go to the download page which has all the drivers for this machine (including: graphics card, network card, sound card, etc.). For example, if your laptop product name is: "Dell A6-9220e Inspiron Flagship", then type "Dell A6-9220e" to find all the drivers for this laptop. 2b1af7f3a8