I have not been able to get a Linksys USB10T ethernet adapter working on my Audrey using
the QNX Audrey Platform" with QNX USB Support V.1-1 image.
This same Audrey works perfectly with a 3Com 3C83510P adapter using this image.
I'm using a D-Link DI-704P router with DHCP enabled on my home network.
Here is the config for the router:
Internal Gateway = 192.168.0.1
IP Pool Range = 100-199
Subnet Mask = 255.255.248.0
DNS1 = 220.127.116.11
DNS2 = 18.104.22.168
I have tried the many combinations in networkUSB.sh. All have had the klsi line commented.
I tried leaving everything else in place and enabling this line to start:
/nto/bin/io-net -d pegasus -pttcpip -ppppmgr
When that didn't work I then commented the netmanager line,
enabled the regular ip stack (-ptcpip) and tried enabling the dhcp.
When that didn't work I commented dhcp then enabled ifconfig as follows:
/nto/bin/ifconfig en0 192.168.0.127
but that failed also.
All combinations result in the following:
I try to navigate to yahoo.com using Voyager and I get a DNS Failure error.
Trying to go to the router's ip, 192.168.0.1 returns a Connect Failure error.
I cannot ping the router either.
USB Detect correctly reports that the USB10T is connected.
I assume the Network Cfg option is only relevant when netmanager is enabled.
In any case, I have checked it with all the different config options and I can't
see the Devices tab whenever the 10-T is connected. The Devices tab will only appear
when the 3Com adapter is connected. I'm guessing this is the key to my problem.
I have always clicked the USB Connect option after changing the settings in networkUSB.sh.
I then choose Shutdown and powerdown the unit for several seconds before powering it back up
as per the instructions.
Any help or insight into this problem is greatly appreciated!