RE: [irlp-embedded] Imbedded IRLP Node not working
- Why not use "netconfig" and assign all network information needed making
node IP static to the router IP where forwarding is assigned.
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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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> 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)