I faced problems with I219-V too.
I have a dual boot with Windows 10 setup.
was getting 10mb/s Lan Link speed. 
The problem is resolved (working for now... I think) am seeing 100mb/s Link 

Had to go into BIOS and disable Windows specific features in Advanced mode
changed CSM -> UEFI  (Dont know what these do)
and disabled Fast Boot

Thanks TJ (comment #17 above)
Havent tried changing the Power management inside Windows (will try that next.. 
If BIOS change doesnt work)

fingers crossed

Motherboard : MSI z390 Gaming pro carbon AC
Bios : something.130 (Jan2019 update)

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  Intel I219-V Ethernet Interface on Ubuntu Linux Using e1000e Driver
  keeps Dropping Internet Connection

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Bug description:
  I've turned up many, many new server and workstation systems over the
  years on both Linux and Windows. Never seen anything like this
  behaviour I'm witnessing on Ubuntu Server 18.04 before where I simply
  lose Internet connectivity while using a browser.  Ethernet interfaces
  usually either work or they don't work.

  I've configured the Intel I219-V Ethernet interface (wired Ethernet
  connection, there is no wifi on this system) using the e1000e driver
  for Ubuntu.  The Ethernet connection is configured to use
  NetworkManager via Netplan on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server version.  ASRock
  Z370m Pro4 motherboard.

  The Ethernet interface will drop the Internet connectivity when I'm
  using either the Firefox or Chrome browser.  It usually happens when
  I'm using the search features of the browser. I can't figure out what
  would cause this type of behaviour.  When the Internet connection
  drops, the only way to get back Internet connectivity is to disconnect
  the wired connection using the Ubuntu features and then re-connect
  (this restarts the NetworkManager service I notice).

  In the NetworkManager logs I do notice an "auth" error about a file or
  directory not found. I've never seen that before.

  Note:  The auth error does not coincide with the loss of Internet
  connectivity, but it does proceed it.  Often there can be many hours
  between the auth error and the actual loss of Internet connectivity.

  After I reconnect the connection (via re-starting the NetworkManager
  service) all will be fine for up to a day or so, but then I stress
  test it with a bunch of searches using the browser and usually I can
  get the Internet connectivity to drop again.  Repeat the disconnect
  and reconnect process again (aka re-start NetworkManager) and the
  Internet connectivity will be fine again.  The longest I've seen it go
  without an "Internet connectivity drop" issue is about 36 hours.

  I notice that the e1000e driver does not list the I219-V as a
  supported Ethernet interface in the Intel documentation for the Linux
  version of the driver.  I'm not sure why that is.  The I219-V is
  supposed to used another driver, but it's not clear there's a Linux
  version for of the driver for the I219-V.

  I'm really disappointed that I've run into this issue with Ubuntu
  Server LTS 18.04 on this motherboard.  I had CentOS Server 7.4 (my
  standard server OS, a great Linux distro) on this same motherboard for
  a week with no issues, so I know the motherboard and the I219-V
  Ethernet interface are 100% good hardware wise and can work properly.
  CentOS 7.4 uses NetworkManager as the default for managing the
  Ethernet interface.

  The only reason I'm using Ubuntu Server 18.04 on this motherboard is
  because of a specific package that Ubuntu has a newer packaged version
  than CentOS. CentOS is extremely stable when it comes to basic server

  Hopefully, this bug with the I219-V Ethernet interface using the
  e1000e drive for Linux can be verified and a fix rolled out.

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