Here is an image of the network I'm setting up:
This network sort of works when "Computer" is running OS X; I can access "Network camera" (an Axis M1011) at its default address
192.168.0.90 and set a new IP address (e.g.
10.0.0.12) through the camera's browser interface only when Wi-Fi is turned off. I can also view the camera's video feed, etc. When Wi-Fi is turned on, I cannot reach "Network camera" at the address I set. (This at least confirms that everything on the switch is working, and that I can configure "Network camera" if need be.)
I'm setting up this system for a robotics application, and I need "Computer" to run Ubuntu 14.04. However, when I plug "Switch" into "Computer" Ubuntu tries to connect to "Wired connection 2" (or "Wired connection 1" if I plug the Ethernet cable into the other motherboard Ethernet port), eventually disconnecting.
Here is the output of
ifconfig after setting everything up as pictured:
An here is the output of
I've tried the following link:
- (Referenced from: https://askubuntu.com/a/639425/432882)
However, it seems that I have to solve the problem of getting Ubuntu to actually connect through "Switch" first, since it isn't even showing up in
route and Ubuntu disconnects from "Wired connection 2" after a short time (and periodically tries to reconnect).
At the very least, I would like to reproduce with Ubuntu the situation on OS X, where I can access "Network camera" if I disconnect from WiFi. Ideally, I would like to be able to access the internet wirelessly and the network cameras on the switch without having to disable one of the connections.