Re: [nslu2-general] Re: DHCP in use - how to find out the IP?
- Hee Rudolf,
You are a funny guy :-)
- ifconfig(as root)
but for running this command you do need to know the ipadress !!!
I know you wanted to help this guy.. just could not resist to jump on this... sorry.
"reuter.rudolf" <reuterru@...> wrote: --- In email@example.com, "hanurmin" <hanurmin@...> wrote:
> My NSLU2 is running OpenSlug BE. My network provider has DHCPIs that really necessary?
> server, from which the NSLU2 must get the IP address in order for
> traffic to be routed.
> When I turn DHCP "on" on the NSLU2 - how do I found out what is theifconfig (as root)
> IP NSLU2 gets? !!!
>The gateway and DNS address of the router must be set in NSLU2.
> By using the default IP of the NSLU2 (192.168.1.77) I can connet to
> the NSLU2 from my PC (ssh), but during this connection NSLU2 has no
> connection to the Internet (nor by PC because of fixed IP on the
> same range as NSLU2).
>The DynDNS contact is best placed in the router.
> As a result I cannot install any packages to help the problem.
> Been thinkin about dumping the IP from inittab, or showing the IP
> with Leds, but no good success yet with these. DynDns could help
> also, but where to place the DynDns contactin (inittab? where there?)
\ \_^_/ /
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