thanks for the quick response but i think i may need to be a bit more specific.
this is in regards to the image provided by the DLI for coursework, not the image for general development/usage. this course image seems to be intended for jupyter notebook interaction only with the nano (at least from what i’ve seen so far).
the USB headless connectivity and 192.168.55.1:8888 works very well for the coursework, but because its not your “normal” network topology/protocol, the addressing fails (can’t ping address when hooked up only to ethernet).
the exposed address nvidia provided is 192.168.55.1, where the C-class portion of the address is: 55; my (and most other home networks, obvious or not) is 1 (192.168.1.X) with a 255.255.255.0 sub-net mask. i guess i could look into how to change the sub-net mask on my ISP provided DHCP router… something i’ve not looked forward to doing with my ISP .
it would seem logical enough that they intentionally would want to enforce usb tethering somehow, but i’m still just wondering if i can’t somehow find a way to go headless over ethernet on the DLI image. i could certainly do it if i had the creds to the primary login of the image… i get it, not a great look on the security front, but really just need a way to drop the nano loaded with course work off in the basement on rj-45, while i roam around and drop in with the laptop when i can. i know this is very possible w/nano in general, but for the course image, it doesn’t appear so and it would great if it could!