I’ve been running OSMC for years without issue. Last night I switched ISPs, I wiped my raspberry Pi and decided to just do a clean start. Unfortunately, now I’m having a nightmare of a time getting internet to the Pi (with OSMC).
LAN and WiFi are behaving slightly differently but each has IP address, subnet mask, Primary and Secondary DNA filled in, yet, show “no internet” next to Status.
The box is getting an IP as I can use Yatse remote and ssh into it just fine…net is working flawlessly on every other device (multiple laptops, my PS4, phones, etc…)
Looks fine to me. On my *nix box I ran ip r | grep default and compared that number to the number listed in my wired Default Gateway (disconnected wifi entirely) and they are the same…rebooted, still “no internet”
Deleted those directories, rebooted. Went back into Wired options in OSMC and now I see a new (not right) IP address listed and a new (not right) Subnet Mask listed, Default Gateway, Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS are all empty. Still “Status: eth0 (no internet)”.
I can still SSH into it fine: email@example.com, Wired IP in OSMC settings shows “169.254.xxx.xxx” - no clue how it’s getting that number.
More not good news. I manually entered everything (IP Address, subnet, default, primary, secondary). No internet.
Then I rebooted the machine. When I went back into OSMC settings into Wired network options, all numbers are gone other than IP Address and Subnet Mask which have reverted back to the not good numbers…
I have to run to work and it’s Valentine’s Day so I’ll likely be working on this all weekend…7x internet speed isn’t super useful when my entire media center is borked :-/
Also what happens if you do wget https://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/current/arm64/iso-cd/debian-9.7.0-arm64-netinst.iso does it download the file? And is the MD5sum bb67b6aa7220e62a56e8d79155f660e6 ?