Host interface driver for ASpeed BMC

I recently updated my Rocky Linux 9.2 running on my Supermicro X12DDW-A6 (Intel IceLake CPU). The older kernel has the rndis_host.ko.xz driver. But once I upgraded to kernel 5.14.0-284.18.1.el9_2.x86_64, all the usb drivers were taken out. Is there a reason why all those usb drives no longer there? How can I re-install the usb drivers especially the rndis related drivers for BMC communication?

[root~]# ls /lib/modules/5.14.0-284.11.1.el9_2.x86_64/kernel/drivers/net/usb/
asix.ko.xz cdc_mbim.ko.xz dm9601.ko.xz ipheth.ko.xz mcs7830.ko.xz r8152.ko.xz smsc75xx.ko.xz
ax88179_178a.ko.xz cdc_ncm.ko.xz gl620a.ko.xz kalmia.ko.xz net1080.ko.xz r8153_ecm.ko.xz smsc95xx.ko.xz
catc.ko.xz cdc_subset.ko.xz hso.ko.xz kaweth.ko.xz pegasus.ko.xz rndis_host.ko.xz usbnet.ko.xz
cdc_eem.ko.xz ch9200.ko.xz huawei_cdc_ncm.ko.xz lan78xx.ko.xz plusb.ko.xz rtl8150.ko.xz zaurus.ko.xz
cdc_ether.ko.xz cx82310_eth.ko.xz int51x1.ko.xz lg-vl600.ko.xz qmi_wwan.ko.xz sierra_net.ko.xz
[root ~]# ls /lib/modules/5.14.0-284.18.1.el9_2.x86_64/kernel/drivers/net/usb/

Appreciate the feedbacks from community.

Something is amiss on your system. I see:

$ uname -r
$ ls /lib/modules/5.14.0-284.18.1.el9_2.x86_64/kernel/drivers/net/usb/
asix.ko.xz          cdc_subset.ko.xz      int51x1.ko.xz   net1080.ko.xz     rtl8150.ko.xz
ax88179_178a.ko.xz  ch9200.ko.xz          ipheth.ko.xz    pegasus.ko.xz     sierra_net.ko.xz
catc.ko.xz          cx82310_eth.ko.xz     kalmia.ko.xz    plusb.ko.xz       smsc75xx.ko.xz
cdc_eem.ko.xz       dm9601.ko.xz          kaweth.ko.xz    qmi_wwan.ko.xz    smsc95xx.ko.xz
cdc_ether.ko.xz     gl620a.ko.xz          lan78xx.ko.xz   r8152.ko.xz       usbnet.ko.xz
cdc_mbim.ko.xz      hso.ko.xz             lg-vl600.ko.xz  r8153_ecm.ko.xz   zaurus.ko.xz
cdc_ncm.ko.xz       huawei_cdc_ncm.ko.xz  mcs7830.ko.xz   rndis_host.ko.xz

@toracat Yes, all the USB drivers are not in the kernel after I did the dnf upgrade. Not sure if it is intended or not. I will try doing the upgrade again.

Make sure you have kernel-modules installed.

After another latest upgrade, it fixed the issue. Thanks!