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  1. I don't understand the mounting/mapping/bridging of ethernet ports on Banana Pi R2 : eth0, br0, wan, lan1-2-3-4 br0 is the bridge but in eth0, br0, wan, lan1-2-3-4 what is physical interface or logical interface ?
  2. I think with my firewall script it is possible to do different set of rules ( Bridge, Routing, NAT ) can be enable according to desired mode
  3. Here a small set of rules i use with the precedent script Rule can be easy enable and disable with set or reset executable status off file rule firewall.d.tar.bz2
  4. I done some thing no bad on my 2 hotspot in routing mode with a script to manage IPTABLES rules The script in /etc/init.d/ load pre-defined rules in /etc/firewall.d/
  5. I usually keep the bridge mode for wifi spots with network connections must remain open during roanning The NAT mode is much easier to set up and the main limitation is that you can't open a network connection from network to the wifi I prefer the routing mode but and it's more complicated to set up
  6. For your interface naming there are new rules : Generally this new naming come with re-install and not update
  7. For hotspots, there are 3 modes : Bridge : Wifi IP address are in same range as your network and it's your DHCP deliver wifi IP address Routing : Wifi IP address are not in the same range as your network, wifi IP address are deliver per the hotspot ; your network must be "informed" the range IP of wifi ( routing table ) NAT : The wifi is full managed per the hotspot ; on your network you see only connection initiated per the hotspot Each mode have advantages and inconvenient, that depending your wifi using
  8. Buy a new SD card and reinstall it with Armbian (the current version/origin or the new update) Restart your O-droid with the new SD card and do the basic config (name, network) With a SD/USB card reader, connect the old card to your O-dorid Retrieves what is still readable and makes the copies directly where is needed on the new SD card
  9. I done some test with a bananapi M1 with Armbian_5.91_Bananapipro_Debian_stretch_next_4.19.59 In this case, the display working
  10. In case, both IP address are static, write your your DNS sever in /etc/resolv.conf : nameserver 'dns_IP_address' If one IP address from DHCP, network-manager will re-write resolv.conf with data from DHCP If the DNS from DHCP is not good, you must fix a static address one each interface and write manually resolv.conf What is this ?????? internet access blocking port 80 and 443 Are you sur port 8000 or 8001 are open ; for user, prefer port 8080, some internet browser block no standard port ( i have had this problem with port 8000 and must move to 8080 ) For the firewall, normally all Armbian have installed IPTABLES ( it's the native linux firewall ) but it's only on command line I never used webmin but i think it said "not installed" because there are not filtering rules
  11. Your address is it delivry by DHCP or it's a static address ? The file /etc/resolv.conf is rewrite per NetworkManager when you receive your address from DHCP
  12. I do some tests on a new display from WaveShare : 5.5inch HDMI AMOLED, 1080x1920 On the wiki, it's wrote : To use it on RaspberryPi, you must change the config.txt file for to ajuste hdmi parameters : max_framebuffer_height=1920 max_usb_current=1 config_hdmi_boost=10 hdmi_group=2 hdmi_force_hotplug=1 hdmi_mode=87 hdmi_timings=1080 1 26 4 50 1920 1 8 2 6 0 0 0 60 0 135580000 3 I do it and that working fine I add this to ajust resolution max_framebuffer_width=1080 max_framebuffer_height=1920 framebuffer_width=600 framebuffer_height=1080 But all that is on RasberryPI and i would like use it on BananaPI M1 on M2 zero I tried to write it in armbianEnv.txt but the resolution of display haven't changed How i can do that on BananaPi ?