How about guys?.
In one NanoPI R1 I have had a problem with the Green0 interface and the only way to temporarily solve it has been by turning the device off / on (removing the power supply).
It gives this error:
|11:27:04|kernel: |r8152 1-1:1.0 green0: carrier on| |11:27:02|kernel: |r8152 1-1:1.0 green0: carrier off| |11:27:00|kernel: |r8152 1-1:1.0 green0: carrier on| |11:26:58|kernel: |r8152 1-1:1.0 green0: carrier off| |10:40:02|kernel: |r8152 1-1:1.0 green0: carrier on| |10:39:58|kernel: |r8152 1-1:1.0 green0: carrier off|
I have read something about it in: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=242964 which says that it is an AutoNegotiated problem and that it can be temporarily solved by doing what it says. But I say …
How to make the NanoPI auto-configure itself by disabling AutoNegotiation?. I have tried this but I don’t know how to set it to do it at startup every time automatically.
ethtool -s green0 speed 100 duplex full autoneg off
Any hint would be appreciated.
Greetings to all and good weekend.