Re: Changing IP on embedded computer
- Didn't know I could change the base address of the router. That does make more sense.
--- In email@example.com, "David Cameron (IRLP)" <dcameron@...> wrote:
> The command netconfig can be used to change the IP address of your node.
> Do not forget to run "flash_sync" to save the IP change.
> I would suggest changing the base addressing of your router to be
> compatible so you can just take the node from inside or out without
> changing anything.
> Dave Cameron
> ipscone wrote:
> > How difficult is it to change the IP of my node? What are the steps? Do
> > I have to notify whomever generated my node information?
> > There may come a time when I change my broadband access and/or my
> > network router. Some routers use 198.162.0.x and some use 198.162.1.x
> > and some may use entirely different base numbers. So, should I decide to
> > change my router,
> > 1) can I make all the changes on my end?
> > 2) Where are the changes made?
> > 3) Do I have to notify anyone? Will my node number remain the same?
> > 4) If it might change, is there a way to keep it the same?