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DRIVE OS Linux 5.2.6
DRIVE OS Linux 5.2.6 and DriveWorks 4.0
DRIVE OS Linux 5.2.0
DRIVE OS Linux 5.2.0 and DriveWorks 3.5
NVIDIA DRIVE™ Software 10.0 (Linux)
NVIDIA DRIVE™ Software 9.0 (Linux)
other DRIVE OS version
Target Operating System
NVIDIA DRIVE™ AGX Xavier DevKit (E3550)
NVIDIA DRIVE™ AGX Pegasus DevKit (E3550)
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We are unable to configure static IPs for the 10GB ports. Even if we are able to accomplish this temporarily the port is unsuccessful in communicating on the network. Also, what is the mapping of the ethernet ports to the interfaces visible when issuing the ifconfig command?
May I know which 10 GB ports you are asking about? 10 GbE ports in the front panel or RJ45 10 GbE ports in the back panel? Please check if How to permanently change network IP and mask of Drive AGX helps with your case.
We are looking to set permanent static IPs for the 2 RJ45 connectors on the bench side of the Pegasus (the side with all of the usb and hdmi ports). I believe these are the Ethernet 1 and 2 ports.
I haven’t tried to assign a static IP to the interface. But per my experience on DRIVE OS 5.2.0, enp4s0 is the interface name. Is DHCP working with Ethernet 1 on Xavier A? What issue did you see with it?
The main issue is that we have a local network that includes sensors and other computers, however we are unable to ping any of them from the Pegasus. We were trying to set the a static ip for enp4s0 in hopes that it would resolve this issue.
I am unsure if the back panel ethernet ports are the correct ones to use. Could you give any insight on why I would use the ethernet ports at the back vs front side of the Pegasus?
I would suggest you take a look at DRIVE AGX Developer Kit Product Brief (PDF). For the front panel ones, you will need E3585 DUAL 10G ETHERNET DONGLE for 10 GbE.
Just to clarify the local network is on the vehicle and includes sensors and other PCs. Is there a difference in functionality between the rear and front Ethernet ports?
Setting Up the E3550 Platform has the information how the system is used on our reference design and DRIVE AGX Developer Kit Mechanical & Installation Guide (PDF) has the descriptions of what the 10 GbE ports in the front and back panels are used for.
By the way, the product brief also has a block diagram, and I hope all the information can help with your decision on the connection.
May we know why you stick with DRIVE Software 10 (DRIVE OS 126.96.36.199)? Is it possible to move to the latest one, DRIVE OS 188.8.131.52? Thanks.
Please refer to How to set IP Address to 10GbE Connectors? in which a developer tried assigning a static IP working on the 10 GbE RJ45 port for Xavier A.