openmoko at derickrethans.nl
Wed Aug 27 19:11:19 CEST 2008
On Wed, 27 Aug 2008, Al Johnson wrote:
> On Wednesday 27 August 2008, Derick Rethans wrote:
> > On Wed, 27 Aug 2008, Al Johnson wrote:
> > > On Tuesday 26 August 2008, Derick Rethans wrote:
> > > > I received my freerunner last weekend, and liking it sofar. I've had a
> > > > play with wifi - and although the freerunning sees the networks just
> > > > fine (with iwlist eth0 scan) and I can connect to the network as well -
> > > > I get a DHCP lease, with nameservers and all, the route is correct too.
> > > > However, I can't do any sort of connection - nor ping. I've looked
> > > > around on the wiki and list archives, but I can't find why it is not
> > > > working. Does any of you have any hint at were to look at to debug this
> > > > issue?
> > >
> > > As others have said, the problem is probably routing. If both usb0 and
> > > eth0 are on the same subnet then you will have problems. you can fix it
> > > by fiddling with the routing, but it is probably easier just to use
> > > 'ifdown usb0' before you start the wifi connection, and 'ifup usb0' when
> > > you need to use the usb connection, while the wifi isn't connected.
> > I was pretty sure that the routes where okay - I did just double check
> > and it's all fine: http://files.derickrethans.nl/Screenshot-5.png
> > I've check that resolv.conf is correct (same as on the laptop that uses
> > the same WLAN), but still no dice. It gets the IP address just fine
> > through DHCP, but *no* packets go over the line - I can't even ping the
> > gateway (though I can ping the device's IP).
> So if you ifconfig eth0 you don't see the tx packet count increasing?
I do, and that's the weirdest part - the rx packet count increases too
even. I also checked whether it could be a broken resolver, but pinging
to an IP adres doesn't work either.
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