- I am unable to preconfigure the system for the IP behind the router. I looked through all of the emails we sent back and forth, and I can not find a specificMessage 1 of 10 , Dec 15, 2006View SourceI am unable to preconfigure the system for the IP behind the router. I
looked through all of the emails we sent back and forth, and I can not
find a specific request to assign an IP to it.
By default the boxes are setup to use DHCP to obtain an IP from the
router. Then the directions ask you to run the
Then you would configure your router for the IP that set-static-ip gives
The IRLP node is preconfigured for the node number you ask me for. Once
you get the router setup, it should work out just fine.
Fri, 15 Dec 2006, ak5z wrote:
> Hi, Dave, et.al.:
> Yes, I am using (and have been using) a Router. I didn't change the
> Router configuration from what it was before. I just plugged the
> cable into the new box. I can't remember if anything was written on
> the box when I received it. I thought you were going to configure it
> for me as I sent all of the information with my order. We had
> several emails back and forth about it. Thanks for the comment
> about "dumb questions." I'm really feeling dumb and embarrassed
> right now. For my education (and that of others), let me check step-
> by-step what I have done up to this point and that way everyone might
> benefit from the process as we more toward the solution.
> John Teer, AK5Z
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, David Cameron - IRLP
> <dcameron@...> wrote:
>> Explain a bit more about your setup please.
>> 1) Are you behind a router?
>> 2) Have you configured your router?
>> 3) Did I pre-configure the node for you for node 3600? (It would
> have been
>> written on the box).
>> Let me stress that no question is dumb. If you cant get it to work,
> it is
>> a failure in my documentation.
>> I am sure we can work on this together, and maybe post the
> solutions to
>> the list so that others can benefit.
>> Dave Cameron
>> On Thu, 14 Dec 2006, ak5z wrote:
>>> I have tried for numerous hours for several months to get my IRLP-
>>> Imbedded box (Node 3600) to be recognized on the internet. I
>>> asked for help before now because I thought I'd be able to
>>> figure it out by myself. I've even gone back to basics and don't
>>> even have a radio connected to it right now and am just trying to
>>> the node to be recognized (heard) as existing. There is no one
>>> to me who is familiar with IRLP, so I'm on my own struggling to
>>> figure out the problem. Any help, suggestions, tutoring, etc.
>>> feeling somewhat frustrated with myself that I expended so much
>>> to help others and I can't figure out how to make the box work.
>>> now convinced that the problem isn't the box, but is between the
>>> keyboard and the chair. I guess I'm feeling in over my head at
>>> point. (I had some kind of fantasy that the new box would
> be "Plug N
>>> Play" in replacing the old node, but it didn't work out that way.)
>>> ANY ideas or help would be appreciated. The box is plugged in,
>>> turned on and connected to the Internet, but not being recognized.
>>> John, AK5Z
>>> Harlingen, TX
>>> Node 3600
- John AK5Z wrote... ... Are you able to plug a monitor and keyboard into the embedded node and get a prompt? Keith VE7GDH Node 1148Message 2 of 10 , Dec 15, 2006View SourceJohn AK5Z wrote...
> Yes, I am using (and have been using) a Router...Are you able to plug a monitor and keyboard into the embedded node
and get a prompt?
- Why not use netconfig and assign all network information needed making node IP static to the router IP where forwarding is assigned. ... From:Message 3 of 10 , Dec 16, 2006View SourceWhy not use "netconfig" and assign all network information needed making
node IP static to the router IP where forwarding is assigned.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Behalf Of VE7GDH
Sent: Friday, December 15, 2006 9:25 AM
Subject: Re: [irlp-embedded] Imbedded IRLP Node not working
Dave VE7LTD wrote...
> The set-static-ip already sets all the configuration files for you. YouThe snag I observed when I re-ran set-static-ip is that it changes the node
> should not have to do anything more than that.
> The set-static-ip system rewrites the rc.inet1.conf file for you.
to another unused IP. It doesn't give me the option of specifying an IP. If
I just run the script, I would have to change all of the port forwarding in
my router. If I ran it once only and left it alone and set my router up
accordingly, all would have been fine - hi!
Hmmm... I just ran ./set-static-ip and it told me that my IP address is
statically assigned and no action is required. That's not my recollection
from before, but that's what I got when I just tried it a moment ago. A look
at /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf confirmed that the IP was what I was expecting.
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- On Sat, 2006-12-16 at 15:39 -0800, Nevada Amateur Radio Repeaters, Inc. ... That is a RedHat program. Not supported by the version of Linux running on theMessage 4 of 10 , Dec 16, 2006View SourceOn Sat, 2006-12-16 at 15:39 -0800, Nevada Amateur Radio Repeaters, Inc.
> Why not use "netconfig" and assign all network information needed makingThat is a RedHat program. Not supported by the version of Linux running
> node IP static to the router IP where forwarding is assigned.
on the embedded nodes. I would imagine. Yes, The embedded nodes do not
run RH or FC versions of Linux.
Randy Hammock KC6HUR
IRLP 4494 EchoLink 120688 (KC6HUR-L)