Another problem we encoutered :
We are using 2 NVIDIA Jetsons AGX, both of them are up to date.
On the 1st one, the MAC address of eth0 isn’t found / fixed anymore. It was eth0 : 00:04:4b:e5:a0:c4 before being lost. So at each startup it’s generating a new one (DHCP router is giving an always different IP address) and Gnome Network Manager isn’t applying fixed IP settings because the MAC address changed…
Here is the result of dmesg, comparing the 1st one and the 2nd one.
Do you know how to restore the mac address? Is it stored into the eMMC ? (I believe it’s not) or into and i2c eeprom, or something else?
By the way, on the 1st one, on which the MAC address is lost, sdkmanager is unable to flash anymore… while flashing fine on the 2nd one. I guess some information somewhere are lost or innaccessible.
As we are using devkit, I switched the connectors boards but the problem (and mac address) seems to be located in the main SoC board.
Is there a way to repair this, having informations of a 2nd board in the hands, and knowing which mac address should be restored?
Thank you in advance