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4) Verify any front panel LEDs for the Ethernet interface function, if applicable.<br />
4) Verify any front panel LEDs for the Ethernet interface function, if applicable.<br />
5) Test Ethernet communication by running the following command:
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Latest revision as of 19:16, 26 April 2011

Ethernet Interface Testing

1) Go to the advance menu and select the Bash Prompt
2) Configure the first Ethernet interface by running the following command: ifconfig eth0 192.168.100.x

Note Replace x with a IP address within your range.

3) Verify the first Ethernet interface is plugged into the network.
4) Verify any front panel LEDs for the Ethernet interface function, if applicable.
5) Test Ethernet communication by running the following command: ping 192.168.100.x

Note Replace x with a IP address within your range.

Note Press Ctrl-C to exit.

6) After successfully testing the port disable it with the following command: ifconfig eth0 down
7) Repeat steps 1-6 for any addition Ethernet interfaces. Change eth0 to eth1 and so on for the addition ports.

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