e.g in Ubuntu ... You can try configuring a static IP address to the
Ethernet port using the GUI, something I have not tried.
Thank you Sid. I will try this too after the thunderstorm we are in!
Have to cut off electricity to protect equipment...
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZhttp://www.5b4az.org/
Connect the cat6 cable.
"ifconfig -a" should show the interface name, e.g eth0 and if you want
it on e.g 192.168.10 subnet
sudo ip addr add 192.168.10.0/24 dev eth0
sudo ip link set dev eth0 up
Then I ran ./HPSDRProgrammer_web and wrote the IP address in the browser.
This is what I did for my ODY-2 from a laptop where the Ethernet port
was not connected or configured.
73 ... Sid.
On 07/02/2019 17:28, Volker Debus via Groups.Io wrote:
Try setting the Ethernet speed of your PC NIC to 100MBit (fixed). That
helped me using Windows as OS.
Neoklis Kyriazis via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb
am 12:11 Donnerstag, 7.Februar 2019:
I run mine on a gigabit switch. You can assign a static IP addressI tried it but it also doesn't talk to the Odyssey. I changed the Ethernet
cable too, to a Cat 6 to be sure but it makes no difference.
Unfortunately I have no experience with Ethernet and networking so I am
finding it difficult to troubleshoot. Here is what I have found out so
The firmware in my Odyssey is the original AOP 1.10.
If I disable dhcp, ifconfig only reports the lo local interface. Don't
this means that Ody doesn't have a static IP address?
If I run dhcpcd, ifconfig reports Ody's Ethernet connection with an IP
of 169.254.169.245 so presumably there is some communication with Ody?
I am not sure, is the Odyssey-2 in its original "factory" condition as
to work or should I be loading FPGA firmware each time I want to use it?
Pardon my ignorance! and thanks in advance.
Neoklis - Ham Radio Call:5B4AZ