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  1. Hy i Would like to make a made home box tv with openelec do you think i can use infrared of my bananapi m64 for a remote controler
  2. bananapi m2(mainline) and pppoe

    Hy everybody, I have a fiber connexion at home. for my work, i tried to connect my Bananapi to my ONT (Optical Network Termination). My provider, Orange use pppoe with the vlan 832 for Internet. So i have installed the Packages vlan,ppp,pppoe. In /etc/modules i have added 8021q. in /etc/network/interfaces : auto eth0 eth0.832 ppp0 iface eth0 inet manual iface eth0.832 inet manual iface ppp0 inet ppp provider ft_fibre I have created /etc/ppp/peers/ft_fibre like this : pty "/usr/sbin/pppoe -I eth0.832 -T 80 -m 1452" noipdefault hide-password lcp-echo-interval 20 lcp-echo-failure 3 connect /bin/true noauth persist mtu 1492 usepeerdns defaultroute noaccomp default-asyncmap plugin rp-pppoe.so eth0.832 user "fti/blabla" instead "fti/blablabla" i have put the right username. and for /etc/ppp/chap-secrets and /etc/ppp/pap-secrets i have added : "fti/blabla" * "votrepassword" with right username and password. After a reboot, i launch my pppoe configuration like this : pon ft_fibre And it doesn't work. I have these Errors : Nov 20 22:16:42 localhost pppd[1131]: error sending pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:16:52 localhost pppd[1131]: error sending pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:17:02 localhost pppd[697]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets Nov 20 22:17:02 localhost pppd[697]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery Nov 20 22:17:07 localhost pppd[1156]: Plugin rp-pppoe.so loaded. Nov 20 22:17:07 localhost pppd[1157]: pppd 2.4.6 started by root, uid 0 Nov 20 22:17:07 localhost pppd[1157]: error sending pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:17:07 localhost pppd[1157]: error receiving pppoe packet: Network is down root@bananapim2:~# ifup ppp0 ifup: interface ppp0 already configured root@bananapim2:~# ifup eth0.83é Ignoring unknown interface eth0.83é=eth0.83é. root@bananapim2:~# ifup eth0.832 ifup: interface eth0.832 already configured root@bananapim2:~# pon fibre Plugin rp-pppoe.so loaded. root@bananapim2:~# plog Nov 20 22:17:32 localhost pppd[697]: error sending pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:17:32 localhost pppd[697]: error receiving pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:17:37 localhost pppd[697]: error sending pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:17:39 localhost pppd[1164]: Plugin rp-pppoe.so loaded. Nov 20 22:17:39 localhost pppd[1165]: pppd 2.4.6 started by root, uid 0 Nov 20 22:17:39 localhost pppd[1165]: error sending pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:17:39 localhost pppd[1165]: error receiving pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:17:42 localhost pppd[1131]: error sending pppoe packet: Network is down Nov 20 22:17:42 localhost pppd[1131]: error receiving pppoe packet: Network is down root@bananapim2:~# nano /etc/ppp/peerrs/fibre root@bananapim2:~# nano /etc/ppp/peers/fibre root@bananapim2:~# pon fibre root@bananapim2:~# plog Nov 20 22:18:09 localhost pppd[1172]: pppd 2.4.6 started by root, uid 0 Nov 20 22:18:09 localhost pppd[1172]: Serial connection established. Nov 20 22:18:09 localhost pppd[1172]: Using interface ppp0 Nov 20 22:18:09 localhost pppd[1172]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/pts/1 root@bananapim2:~# plog Nov 20 22:18:09 localhost pppd[1172]: Serial connection established. Nov 20 22:18:09 localhost pppd[1172]: Using interface ppp0 Nov 20 22:18:09 localhost pppd[1172]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/pts/1 root@bananapim2:~# plog Nov 20 22:18:14 localhost pppd[1165]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets Nov 20 22:18:15 localhost pppd[1165]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery Nov 20 22:18:17 localhost pppd[1131]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets Nov 20 22:18:17 localhost pppd[1131]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery root@bananapim2:~# In my raspberry pi 2, it works. Could womeone have an idea ? thank you.
  3. Banana-pi M2 and PPP

    Thank you for your response
  4. Banana-pi M2 and PPP

    Hy, Someone could say me if PPP is in the Kernel natively? Thanks
  5. Banana Pi M2 Berry

    not for problem. In this Topics,it's said But with mine, id don't go beyond 300mbits in download. I am have normally 750mbits
  6. Banana Pi M2 Berry

    @tkaiser Hy, Can you tell me which OS do you used in this M2 berry? Ubuntu or raspbian? Thanks
  7. Banana-pi m64 and access point

    Hy, I have found the Solution. Tested with a Banana pi m64 and the m2 Berry ( with AP6212 and driver BCMDHD). First : For HOSTAPD . If you are in Ubuntu, just do a apt-get install hostapd If you are in Debian, use the Second Method of this Link. Then, make the hostapd.conf An Example : interface=uap0 ssid=testPiAP hw_mode=g channel=11 macaddr_acl=0 auth_algs=1 ignore_broadcast_ssid=0 wpa=2 wpa_passphrase=badpassword wpa_key_mgmt=WPA-PSK wpa_pairwise=TKIP rsn_pairwise=CCMP AP MODE : the msot important sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/bcmdhd.conf. and write options bcmdhd op_mode=2 Reboot the Card. To see if the AP mode is ok : systool -m bcmdhd -v If you haven't the Systool sudo apt-get install sysfsutils And to launch hostapd sudo hostapd /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf I hope i was understandable with my Bad English
  8. Bananapi M2 and Gigabit Ethernet

    Hello Someone can say me if the Transfert RAte is limited at 300mo or like the Bananapi m64 a true Gigabit. Thanks
  9. Hy When I do a Speedtest-cli with my Bananapi m1, I have 320mo for Download and 180mo for Upload. When I do with my Laptop I have 700mo for Download and 180mo for Upload. My os is Armbian. I have also a Bananapi M64 and with her I have the same results than my Laptop. Some one has an Idea? Thanks
  10. Banana-pi m64 and access point

    I understand ^^. One question please. I have looked for an 8812au chipset nano size and I have seen it Netgear a6100 Do you know it? Thank you
  11. Banana-pi m64 and access point

    Hy, i have a Notification which tell me you have aswered but i don't Manage to See your Post
  12. Banana-pi m64 and access point

    Hy me again So i have my Bananapi m1 and i have someone who give me an wifi adaptator : Edimax ew-7811un. He said me it's a 8812au. But when i do a lsmod i don't see 8812au but RTL 8192CU. I have seen in Internet that's i can complied Driver 8812au for this Adaptator,but it's for Raspberry. Can you help me for my Bananapi I know that you have given me a model of adaptator,but a nano adaptator is better for my Project If i don't have the choice,i will take it. armbian-config is very nice and helpfull.
  13. Banana-pi m64 and access point

    I wll tell you if it makes my happiness the Bananpi m1 lol. But she seems to be better than the m64, even if this last one seems to be powerfull. I will keep it for a Domotic box
  14. Banana-pi m64 and access point

    I just ordered a banana-pi m1, which can have mainline kernel. And I will take the usb wifi Adaptateur you suggest me. I have managed to do an Access Point and a lot of things with my raspberry 2 but it doesn't have Gigabit ethernet. Shame on her lol.
  15. Banana-pi m64 and access point

    Hy I haven't bought the Bananapi M64, it's my Employer. I will take another card with all your Recommendations. Thank you again