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Old 07-18-2012, 04:19 AM   #1
ranjana kumari
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setting Ip address on the target leopard dm368


I am using leopard dm368 evaluation board and booting the board with EUCDK through Sd card. i want to set the ip address of the board. i connected the ethernet cable to the target board and from the uboot prompt of the target gave the following commands - setenv ipaddr <ipaddr>

setenv ipaddr <ipaddr>

setenv serverip <serverip>

setenv gatewayip <gateway>

setenv netmask <netmask>

after giving all these command i gave saveenv. then to check if Ip of the target board has been set or not i gave the command ping <targetip> from the host terminal. But host is not able to ping the target. I gave ifconfig command also but its giving message "try ifconfig help"
 
  


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