On 5/2/19 11:24 PM, mbethers(a)ipsurvconcepts.com wrote:
I'm looking for some reference on a embedded project I'm
I'm the hardware guy, not the software guy, but I'm trying to point
someone in the right direction.
I think the short question is, Can you disable DHCP on the ethernet
Yes, you can tell ConnMan either to ignore an interface complete,
configure it statically or dynamically (e.g DHCP)
This is what I'm trying to accomplish
I have 1 Ethernet interface, 1 wifi interface, and 1 MC7354 external modem.
I would like to support two scenarios:
MC7354 as WAN
Wifi as AP and Ethernet bridged as LAN, DHCP enabled, (but will static
IP addresses work)
ConnMan's tethering supports only dynamic addresses, no static address.
Ethernet and WIFI as AP bridged. Bridge obtains IP address via DHCP
via Ethernet connected external router.
ConnMan setups the device as router when tethering, so no L2 bridge to
DHCP disabled on device itself. DHCP requests made on WIFI as AP are
serviced by the external router.
Any help on whether this is supported and what to search would be
If I understand your use case correctly, ConnMan wont fit your