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resources:eval:user-guides:ad-fmcomms2-ebz:software:linux:applications:shell_scripts [01 Jun 2015 22:16]
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resources:eval:user-guides:ad-fmcomms2-ebz:software:linux:applications:shell_scripts [02 Jun 2015 17:30]
Tim Harder [Enabling a static IP address]
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-In more detail, first make sure the latest software is installed on the host so the enable_static_ip.sh script is available. Then it can be used to set a static IP address for a network interface (defaults to eth0). Note that the specified IP address should generally be an unused one on the same subnet the device is getting added to. As a warning, note that these scripts will overwrite /​etc/​network/​interfaces so do not run them on devices where you have specifically customized the network configuration.+In more detail, first make sure the latest software is installed on the host so the ''​enable_static_ip.sh'' ​script is available. Then it can be used to set a static IP address for a network interface (defaults to eth0). Note that the specified IP address should generally be an unused one on the same subnet the device is getting added to. As a warning, note that these scripts will overwrite /​etc/​network/​interfaces so do not run them on devices where you have specifically customized the network configuration.
  
 An interface can be specified as the second argument otherwise the script defaults to eth0, e.g. in order to use 192.168.0.2 for eth1 run the following: An interface can be specified as the second argument otherwise the script defaults to eth0, e.g. in order to use 192.168.0.2 for eth1 run the following:
resources/eval/user-guides/ad-fmcomms2-ebz/software/linux/applications/shell_scripts.txt · Last modified: 02 Jun 2015 17:30 by Tim Harder