I just got a NUC7i6BNH and I'm getting a very hard time with my network.
Indeed, I'm unable to ping anything else than the IP set in network confs or retrieved by the ARP Table of my router. However, I can't ping anything else including gateway.
Also, I can see my MAC and correct IP on my router but unable to ping the NUC from it...
Here is the conf of my interfaces on Debian:
iface lo inet loopback
iface eno1 inet manual
iface vmbr0 inet static
I also tried to set eno1 as dhcp, static along with similar parameters as vmbr0 but still getting the same issue.
Conf of interfaces on CentOS7:
I also tried to set bootproto as dhcp instead of static.
ethtool reports me that the uplink is detected and set on full duplex.
However, on CentOS7, WLAN works on the same router.
Also, to make sure it was not a hardware problem, I also installed Windows 10 and the ethernet is perfectly working (DHCP or Static).
I tried with several others ethernet cables and my bios has been updated just like e1000e drivers.
There are no iptables neither firewall on.
Do you guys have any idea of possible issue ? I'm really struggling with this weird problem..
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