Can you ping each unit from itself? Ping 192.168.1.2 from 192.168.1.2
etc. This will show that ip is basically working. To see the route
table, use 'netstat -nr' which should look something like this:
[root@email sysconfig]# netstat -nr
Kernel IP routing table
Destination Gateway Genmask Flags MSS Window irtt Iface
192.168.1.0 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 U 0 0 0 eth0
(plus maybe some more lines. I don't have my gumstix handy :(
Beyond this, I'm stumped. Better minds will no doubt chime in...
i am running low on advices, but here are a few thoughts of me:
the gumstix has no activated firewall by default.
what happens with a regular ping between them?
i once had a strange behavior of sshd on the gumstix, because i have
loaded too much on the flash memory of the gumstix. the result was that
there was no space left on the gumstix and the sshd could not
generate/store a fingerprint on the flash. also incoming connections
broke, because there was no space left on the flash.
be sure, that there are at least a few hundred kb left on the flash.
(i also had once very strange behavior of the gumstix in several ways,
which i solved be recopying the image to the flash. something must have
gone wrong in the first time.)
i never needed to modify the route tables, as long as i stayed in the
same local network. so i doubt, that this might solve your problem.
Miguel Pincheira Caro schrieb:
>> sounds like a layer 3 (ip) problem. l2ping works at layer 2 with the
>> mac addresses. Do both interfaces have ip addresses? what do the route
>> tables look like?
> Yes, I had assign manually IP to both interfaces (so, I dont have to
> deal with DCHP). I have tried to bring them interfaces both
> automatically (with dev-up scripts), and worked , (I mean, I saw the
> interface up with ifconfig) . And also starting them manually (ifconfig
> bnep0 192.168.1.2, etc) and once again, the interface was up. I have
> disable both firewall and SeLinux on the laptop, but I havent disable
> anyfirewall on the gumstix (Does it have a firewall???).
> Now, "The route tables" ..that was new! ..what is it?. Anyways, Im
> starting to google it
> One more thing ..
> I had the interface up on both machines . Gumstix was 192.168.1.2 and
> the Laptop was 192.168.1.1 (subnet mask 255.255.255.0 on both) . So, I
> did a ping from the laptop and , after a few seconds, started to say :
> "No route to host" . So, no response
> When I tried the gumstix to ping to 192.168.1.1 , it just stayed paused.
> Thanks to Chuck and Frank for the answers
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