Use 2 separate IPs on Jetson

Use Case:

We need to connect two ethernet devices

  1. Radio link 2.4GHz

  2. IP Camera

to create a static interface on jetson nano

As I have made 2 interfaces by editing /etc/network/interfaces

auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static
auto eth1
iface eth1 inet static
above two interface is ok and running
and i can login using both the interface via ssh

but the camera which is connected via usb to ethernet adaptor is not pinging

We don’t have much experience on this network setup, may other developers help to share experiences if they done something similar.

You have two IPs on 2 separate interfaces (assuming eth1 is your usb to ethernet adapter) inside the same network/netmask and with the same gateway.

You should create a separate network for the second interface.

I imagine when you connected on both interfaces via ssh you did the test by plugin only one ethernet at a time ?

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