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ip_and_network [2014/10/26 19:53]
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ip_and_network [2019/02/17 19:21] (current)
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----- +===== IP and Network configuration ​=====
-**IP and Network configuration** +
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-**Set the SSH connection** +==== Enable ​the SSH Server ==== 
-  +In Raspian Jessie it should be activated allready. If not enable ​the SSH server by opening the raspi-config:​
-For activating ​the SSH connection open+
   $ sudo raspi-config   $ sudo raspi-config
-In 8. Advanced Options you can activate SSH+In 8. Advanced Options you can activate SSH.
  
 ---- ----
-**Fix IP Address** +==== Static ​IP Address ​==== 
 +Look up your gateway: 
 +  $ netstat -r -n 
 +Find you IP address:
   $ ifconfig   $ ifconfig
-Give the Raspberry Pi an IP address. Open the interfaces file:+or: 
 +  $ ip addr 
 +Give the Raspberry Pi a static ​IP address. Open the interfaces file:
   $ sudo nano /​etc/​network/​interfaces   $ sudo nano /​etc/​network/​interfaces
-Add these lines after "​face ​eth0 inet dhcp":+Add these lines
 +    # Ethernet 
 +    iface eth0 inet dhcp 
 +    allow-hotplug eth0 
 +    auto eth0:
 +    iface eth0:1 inet static 
 +      address 192.168.0.199 
 +      netmask 255.255.255.0 
 +      gateway 192.168.0.1 
 +Or:        
 +    # Ethernet 
 +    allow-hotplug eth0 
 +    iface eth0 inet static 
 +      address 192.168.0.199 
 +      netmask 255.255.255.0 
 +      gateway 192.168.0.1 
 +      dns-nameservers 192.168.0.1 
 +       
 +Save and quit, ctl+o, Return, ctl+x.\\
  
-     auto eth0:1 +Disable the DHCP-Client:\\      
-     iface eth0:1 inet static +In Raspbian Wheezy
-       address 192.168.0.111 +  $ sudo service dhcpcd stop 
-       netmask 255.255.255.0+  $ sudo update-rc.d -f dhcpcd remove 
 + 
 +In Raspbian Jessie: 
 +  $ sudo service dhcpcd stop 
 +  $ sudo systemctl disable dhcpcd ​      ​
                
-Restart ethernet +Restart ethernet: 
-  $ sudo ifdown eth0 +  $ sudo ifdown eth0:1 
-  $ sudo ifup eth0+  $ sudo ifup eth0:1 
 +   
 +Or/and reboot: 
 +  $ sudo reboot 
 +   
 +==== Login over SSH ==== 
 +One can login from your computer with: 
 +  $ ssh pi@192.168.0.199 
 +or with XWindows support: 
 +  $ ssh -XY pi@192.168.0.111 
 +PW: raspberry\\ 
 +Or install an VNC server: [[vnc|VNC]]
  
 ---- ----
-**Login over SSH**\\ 
  
-One can login with: +==== Miscellaneous ==== 
-  $ ssh duino-pi@192.168.0.111 +If the host key verification failed, one can remove the old key with:\\ 
-or with XWindows ​ support: +  $ ssh-keygen -R 192.168.0.123 
-  ​$ ​ssh -XY pi@192.168.0.111 +And with\\ 
-PW: raspberry\\+  ~. 
 +one can terminate a broken ​ssh session.
  
 +----