Connmanctl keeps assigning a new mac address on power cycle. Did anyone else have seen this issue?
When I had a similar issue is was due to an out of date bb-usb-gadgets package:
HI @controlsforall we need to find a better solution for this… The USB Ethernet adapter doesn’t seem to have a default mac address, unless we are missing something in the kernel driver. Which we didn’t really catch till users started receiving units, by then the default image was essentially broken, on the shipped units.
We should either update the device tree in U-Boot and patch an address in, or another fix.
Today we sort of change the mac after bootup by the “am335x_evm.sh” script, but yeah we need a better solution:
cpsw_4_mac, is the unique MAC eFUSE burned in all AM335x’s, + “5”…
Hard coding it did not help.
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