Warning: I may be misinterpreting which of the
route logs are for Jetson versus host PC. It isn’t entirely clear which log belongs to which computer, I am guessing.
In the first
ifconfig there is a correctly assigned address and netmask:
Note that the two interfaces above are on two different subnets and this is valid. No errors there.
For the ping to make sense I would need to know for sure that this is on the same computer as the above
ifconfig items. If the ping is from the listed
ifconfig computer, then it is just pinging itself and will never see the outside world. If the ping is from another computer, then the ping says it was able to reach the computer from the first
ifconfig. We basically need to define which computer we are talking about.
Similar for “
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org”. The original
ifconfig listing shows two subnets, and if
10.42.2.1 was intended to go to another computer, then it will fail and be connecting to
enp7s0 or the same computer. If that command was run from a different computer, then the meaning changes. Every command above needs a label for the computer, e.g., you could add “nano” or “pc” as a label next to each of the outputs.
We can say there was no error, and that although I might be missing some information on which computer is which, that the “technical” part of this is working without error.
I see only one “
route” command, and once again, I need this for each computer, and I need to know if that computer is the Nano versus if it was the PC.
You’re almost there, mostly it just needs some labels.