But Ethernet is enabled ... because the secondary interface uses that technology to connect ... but the first interface doesn't have a cable so connman didn't recognize it as a service...  How can set a static IP to that interface without using a cable if connman didn't see that interface as a service? (I explained the use-case.)

În mie., 18 apr. 2018 la 23:14, Vasyl Vavrychuk <vvavrychuk@gmail.com> a scris:
try 'enable ethernet' from connmanctl

On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 4:27 PM, Vasiu Alexandru
<alexandru.vasiu@cnglsibiu.ro> wrote:
> I'm trying to configure a static IP on an interface that has no cable
> connected. Can you have a service without a cable connected? The use-case is
> to configure in the office the disconnected interface to static IP over a
> DHCP connected secondary interface so that the device can be directly
> connected to the static IP interface when taken to its remote location (e.g.
> bridge, windmill etc).
>
> În mie., 18 apr. 2018 la 16:17, Vasyl Vavrychuk <vvavrychuk@gmail.com> a
> scris:
>>
>> It is possible to setup a static IP but there should be a service on
>> this interface. What is your interface? Why do you have no service
>> there?
>>
>> On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 4:14 PM, Vasiu Alexandru
>> <alexandru.vasiu@cnglsibiu.ro> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > With connman is possible to set up an interface with static IP and so
>> > on, if
>> > it's no service on that interface?
>> >
>> > Thank you,
>> > Alex
>> > NI
>> >
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