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RTE3 Use real time ethernet as "normal" ethernet interface
I was surprised as well, to see the adapter there.

Quote:Just let me ask you this. Do you use the network mode "host" when you start your container?

Yes, I am using "host" as network type.

Quote:I made tests with the new container and set the ip settings via the environment variables. I set IP_ADDRESS to and SUB_NETMASK to and when I jump into the container with a shell and call "ip addr show" it says as it should. I don't see the subnet mask misconfigured.

When using "" as IP_ADRESS, I get the expected behaviour with as Subnetmask. But when I use "" as IP-Adress, the subnetmask is setted wrongly to "".

What happens to you, if you use my configuration?



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RE: RTE3 Use real time ethernet as "normal" ethernet interface - by Andi - April-10th-2019, 05:57 PM

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