Omega 2S+ Ethernet Connection Problem
@crispyoz As a side note, my laptop can connect to internet with the same cable on the same port
So sorry I messed got in a hurry did not switch the ethernet to the old device.
This is the result of the old device
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@akif-durmaz so as to avoid a lot of confusion. Let's disconnect the old working device and put it in a box somewhere.
Make sure you are not connected to a wifi network.
Restart the new non-functioning device, connect to the console and type these commands:
service firewall stop
service dnsmasq stop
Post the results of all these commands.
When you plug the LAN cable into your router, I expect your router has status LED on each of the LAN ports, does the port you plugged this cable illuminate?
@crispyoz sorry for the late reply.
These are the results to the commands;
I'm afraid my router does not have any led indicators for the ethernet ports.
@akif-durmaz The network setup looks correct to me and there is no firewall running to block anything and the routing table also looks fine. Based on this I think you have a hardware problem. It seems your design is ok since you have a working device, perhaps this particular unit has a component failure. I would connect a LAN diagnostic device in order troubleshoot the issue.
Alright, thanks for everything
@akif-durmaz Just one other thought, can you ping your Omega 192.168.8.162 from another device connected to the same router?
it's non-responsive like the latest ping attempts. I'm gonna try desolder the connector and change with a new one other than that I have no idea
Well, this is a little embarrassing. I desoldered the connector and connected a different type connector. Even with shabby soldering it's working now. I just did not think a brand new ethernet connector would be faulty, that's my bad.
Thank you all for your help.
@akif-durmaz Glad you got it fixed. "assumption is the enemy of knowledge and destroyer of reason", Einstein