Network connectivity issues after static IP [fixed with Debian 10 upgrade]
I'm having a kind of weird problem with one of my Kiwis.
I’ve changed a router to a new one, in that process I’ve thought it would be good idea to set a static IP in the Kiwi, previously I’ve done this in the router settings with bind the Mac to a dhcp address that the router hands out.
But this time I’ve set a static address in the gui of the kiwi itself. However I’ve must done something wrong, or something happened in the process. Because now I can’t connect to the Kiwi. I can see the IP of the kiwi in the router, it says it’s connected but I cannot access it.
if I run a network scan it comes up with the same IP that the router tells me, however it not accessible. If I try to ping it, it comes up as all packets loss. If I run a port scanner it doesn’t find any accessible ports.
I even tried a different router with just the kiwi and a laptop on it, and the same situation there.
Is there a way to reset the board a start over again with dhcp?