Re: uhd_find_devices issue

If you are using a gigabit switch i.e your LAPTOP/PC is connected to
gigabit switch and USRP is connected to gigabit switch then there should
not be any problem. If you don’t fine an extra cable, you can test
Ethernet
cable by connecting a PC/router and pinging it. Please see following
links
for your question on netmanager and dhcp:


http://www.ubuntugeek.com/change-ubuntu-system-from-dhcp-to-a-static-ip-address.html

Hope it helps.

Hi Marcus,

           I have not changed the fpga firmware. I used the

build-gnuradio script to install gnuradio. I am not finding another
ethernet cable in the lab. I will check that and let you know in some
hours.

My ethernet card in laptop is rtl 8101e. I checked that it is capable
of only 100 Mbps. But here i am using a gigabit switch, so it shouldn’t
be
a problem right. How should i check if my ethernet port is managed by

netmanager with dhcp support? In my network connections it says auto
eth0 for ethernet


Regards
Karan T.

Best Regards,

Sam

Marcus and Sam,
I brought a working ethernet cable and
connected
it from my laptop to the switch.I changed my network manager settings to
use only static ip by modifying /etc/network/interfaces file. I still
can’t
get uhd_find_devices script nor uhd_usrp_probe script. It still says uhd
device not found. My usrp shows D and F Led’s glowing. so i think that
means firmware is loaded. what could be the problem? should i go ahead
and
reinstall it?

Marcus and Sam,
I brought a working ethernet cable and
connected it from my laptop to the switch.I changed my network manager
settings to use only static ip by modifying /etc/network/interfaces
file. I still can’t get uhd_find_devices script nor uhd_usrp_probe
script. It still says uhd device not found. My usrp shows D and F
Led’s glowing. so i think that means firmware is loaded. what could be
the problem? should i go ahead and reinstall it?
With the device in that state, can you ping it?


Marcus L.
Principal Investigator
Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium
http://www.sbrac.org

Ya i am able to ping both 192.168.10.2 and 192.168.10.1 now.

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