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IPv6 Ethernet Connection Not Found using udhcpc command

road_runner
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Hello,

 

I'm not sure exactly what the issue is (albeit I am new to HPS). I am using a DE10 Standard with the Linux OS in HPS mode. I have the JTAG cable and the USB cable connected to my computer. I'm using PuTTY to open a terminal at 115200 baud and everything seems to run fine. Except when I go to run the udhcpc, it cannot find the ethernet IPv6 address and keeps printing "Sending discover..." for around 10-15 minutes before I turned it off. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Attached below is the terminal feedback I'm getting at the beginning of the run. Thanks!

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Jeet14
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Hi,


Please send the screenshot of "ifconfig" command.

Did you set the IP address or is it connected in DHCP mode?


Regards

Tiwari


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road_runner
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Hi Jeet14,

Attached is the ifconfig for the board I am using. I do have another problem that I didn't realize. When I switch it back into normal operating mode for the MSEL, despite no issues showing in Eclipse, I receive an error stating that it cannot launch the ELF file. Everything looks fine with the target connection, no errors will show under Run Configurations, and then I get that message. Not sure if they are connected, but as they're both (if I understand correctly) intended to be used with the wired serial connection (even though the udhcpc is also used for wireless connectivity) I thought it was worth bringing up. If not, it is a separate issue that I need to start a new post over as I do need to be able to use the udhcpc command to find the IPv6 address. Many thanks in advance!

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Jeet14
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Hi


Let me know if you have any other question on this raised topic.


Regards

Tiwari


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