ich hatte Probleme das EOS Netzwerk ans Laufen zu bekommen -
Im Handbuch steht das das Gateway die gleiche Adresse wie die EOS bekommen soll,was aber nicht funktionierte - nach dem Neustart war jedes Mal die Gateway Adresse weg.
Ueli Rigg gab mir den Tipp unter diesem Link:
damit funktionierte es dann.
Also Eintrag im Handbuch falsch!!!
There seems to be a mistake in the Eos Manual: It states that the Default Gateway IP address for a console should be the same as the console's IP address. I tried that and each time after the restart the Default Gateway address was gone.
This part of the manual seems to contradict ETC's recommended IP address scheme (Support article: ETC Network IP Addresses). When I followed this everything worked as expected.
So it look slike the manual is wrong.
Normally, the IP address of the gateway should the router IP address connected to the internet. Maybe the the IP address could assign to 0.0.0.0 if it is possible or a dummy address like 10.x.x.1
ETC's recommended IP address scheme (which of course is only a propsal) suggests 10.101.1.1. since we're not connecting to the internet (usually), there will often not be a router...