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TurtleBot Fleet - see Turtlebot List

Desktops

HostnameWired Static IPWired MACCoconut Wireless IPWireless MAC
poke.ern.nps.edu172.20.88.13718:03:73:21:e1:1d192.168.11.1009c:ef:d5:ff:63:e1
pipikaula.ern.nps.edu172.20.88.13818::03:73:28:e6:e0192.168.11.1019c:ef:d5:ff:4c:33
musubi.ern.nps.edu172.20.88.13918:03:73:21:e2:99192.168.11.1029c:ef:d5:ff:50:7b
laulau.ern.nps.edu172.20.88.14018:03:73:25:d9:46192.168.11.1039c:ef:d5:ff:5a:23

Minibox Car PCs

Desktops

HostnameWired Static IPWired MACCoconut Wireless IPWireless MAC
poke.ern.nps.edu172.20.88.13718:03:73:21:e1:1d192.168.11.1009c:ef:d5:ff:63:e1
pipikaula.ern.nps.edu172.20.88.13818::03:73:28:e6:e0192.168.11.1019c:ef:d5:ff:4c:33
musubi.ern.nps.edu172.20.88.13918:03:73:21:e2:99192.168.11.1029c:ef:d5:ff:50:7b
laulau.ern.nps.edu172.20.88.14018:03:73:25:d9:46192.168.11.1039c:ef:d5:ff:5a:23

Shuttle PCs

HostnameWired IPWired MAC (eth0)Wired MAC (eth1)Coconut Wireless IPWireless MAC
shuttle0n/a 80:ee:73:7c:85:d480:ee:73:7c:85:d5192.168.11.50 9c:ef:d5:ff:4c:d7
shuttle1
80:ee:73:7c:86:8080:ee:73:7c:86:81192.168.11.519c:ef:d5:ff:47:42
shuttle2
80:ee:73:63:f9:6c80:ee:73:63:f9:6c192.168.11.529c:ef:d5:ff:4b:dd
shuttle3
80:ee:73:63:f7:dc80:ee:73:63:f7:dd192.168.11.539c:ef:d5:ff:4c:f7
shuttle4
80:ee:73:63:f7:4680:ee:73:63:f7:47192.168.11.549c:ef:d5:ff:61:91

Thinkpad Fleet

HostnameWired MAC (eth0)Wireless MAC (wlan0)Coconut IPNPS IDCurrent UserStudent's Faculty AdviserStatusExpected Return DateDate, Location
amac8:5b:76:c7:fa:ef

34:F3:9A:A3:11:FF


192.168.11.79 6227130888Bingham
Ubuntu16

awac8:5b:76:c7:fe:1d34:F3:9A:A3:13:8F192.168.11.716227130884Bingham
Ubuntu16


06/18/19, WA215
oioc8 5b b7 c7 f4 2334:F3:9A:A3:12:EF192.168.11.786227130886Bingham
Ubuntu16



moaC8 5b 76 c7 f1 a634:F3:9A:FC:54:90192.168.11.776227130889Chris PriceHooperUbuntu16

30 Mar 2020

06/18/19, WA215
kupipiC8 5b 76 c7 fc 1a34:F3:9A:A3:12:2C192.168.11.756227130883Bingham
Ubuntu16


06/18/19, WA215
mamo

c8:5b:76:d3:39:7f 


F4:8C:50:52:71:0A
192.168.11.806227130903Bingham


06/18/19, WA215
kihikihiC8 5b 76 d3 42 c9F4:8C:50:52:72:7C192.168.11.736227130902CashHornerUbuntu16

30 Nov 2018


awelaC8 5b 76 c7 fd 1834:F3:9A:A3:12:72192.168.11.726227130890Bingham
Ubuntu16


06/18/19, WA215
hinaleac8 5b 76 d3 30 2f
F4:8C:50:52:6F:F2
192.168.11.816227130901Bingham
Ubuntu16


06/18/19, WA215
lauhauC8 5b 76 c7 fa fa
34:F3:9A:A3:12:18
192.168.11.826227130888

Bingham


Ubuntu16



taapeC8 5b 76 d3 3b a6F4:8C:50:52:73:D0192.168.11.83
Bingham
Ubuntu16


06/18/19, WA215
apic8 5b 76 bd 85 2734:F3:9A:D3:C7:2D192.168.11.706227130892Jesus FigueroaHornerUbuntu16


06/18/19, WA215
kalaC8 5b 76 c7 ff 2f34:F3:9A:A3:13:2B192.168.11.846227130900Rick McClainBinghamUbuntu16

Dec 2019


pualui8 5b 76 c7 fb 02
34:F3:9A:A3:12:59
192.168.11.114 6227130898

Ubuntu16


06/18/19, WA215
koleC8 5b 76 d3 30 26F4:8C:50:52:71:28192.168.11.746227130885Lee Van Houtte



maniniC8 5b 76 c7 ef 6e34:F3:9A:A3:13:94192.168.11.766227130891Bingham
Ubuntu16


06/18/19, WA215

ehu50:7b:9d:c6:70:cc10:02:b5:c3:df:16192.168.11.111
Bingham


06/18/19, WA215

Nick's old machine

haupia


6227128854Bingham
Ubuntu16

06/18/19, WA215

JoWen's old machine

pahuec:f4:bb:23:83:7180:00:0b:82:c8:6e
6227125911Bingham

18 December 2017

Dell
nunu34:e6:d7:0e:5b:af80:00:0b:82:c9:45
6227125895Bingham

18 December 2017Dell
loulu34:e6:d7:10:ec:4480:00:0b:82:e3:b2
6227125898Bingham

18 December 2017Dell
oilipa34:e6:d7:10:ef:4080:00:0b:82:c9:f9
6227125908Bingham

18 December 2017Dell
uhuec:f4:bb:38:d9:14c4:d9:87:dc:89:67
62271P0783Bingham

18 December 2017Dell
auweke34:e6:d7:10:f0:5d80:00:0b:82:ba:ae
6227125901Bingham

18 December 2017Dell
malolo34:e6:d7:77:be:6c80:00:0b:aa:68:1a
6227126424Bingham

18 December 2017Dell
puhi34:e6:d7:29:2f:2a80:00:0b:76:20:28
6227126124

Justin Komma

Josep Virgili-Llop
18 December 2017Dell


Network Configuration: Simultaneous Wired and Wireless

It is convenient to have the computer you are working on connected to both the NPS wired network (for the internet, reading this wiki, etc.) and the lab's wireless network (SSID Coconut_2_4).  The lab desktops are configured to operate on both networks, but if you are bringing another machine (e.g., your laptop) you'll need to configure it.

NPS Wired Network

To access the NPS wired network you need to have register the MAC address of your wired network card: MAC Authentication for Wired Network Devices Request  Once this is complete you should be able to connect with an Ethernet cable.  You can determine what IP address has been assigned to you with the "ifconfig" command...

The entry for "eth0" corresponds to the wired network adapter and indicates that we have been assigned 172.20.88.137.  We can also see that the MAC address for the wired interface is "HWaddr 18:03:73:21:e1:1d"

Coconut Wireless Network

Next you will want to connect to the wireless network with SSID Coconut_2_4.  To find it you us the network manager in the upper right hand corner of the desktop - the icon looks like this 

You should see an entry for "Coconut_2_4".  The access password is our standard lab password.  

Once connected, using the ifconfig command you should see that you have another IP address on the wireless network.

In this case we see that the "wlan0" interface - the wireless interface - is assigned the IP address 192.168.11.100.  For the lab computers we have configured the wireless router so that it assigns the same IP address to the computer each time it connects.  This is convenient since you don't have to determine, and remember a new IP address each time.  

Next we need to tell the network manager to route all of the traffic except that on the local subnet (192.168.11.xxx) through the wired interface.

Click on the network manager again and select "Edit Connections..." at the bottom of the menu.  This should bring up a window like this...

Select the Coconut_2_4 entry and then the "Edit..." button.  You should see a window like this...

Now in the "IPv4 Setting" tab click on the "Routes..." button.  Then check the box "Use this connection only for resources on its network".  This will make sure that only the traffic on the 192.168.11.X subnet will go through the wireless connection, and the rest of the traffic will be routed through the wired connection.

Now do the same thing for the "IPv6 Setting" tab - i.e., click on the Routes... button, check the Use this connection only... box, etc.

Click the "Save" button and exit.


Shuttle PCs

HostnameWired Static IPWired MAC (eth0)Wired MAC (eth1)Coconut Wireless IPWireless MAC
shuttle0n/a 80:ee:73:7c:85:d480:ee:73:7c:85:d5192.168.11.50 9c:ef:d5:ff:4c:d7
shuttle1172.20.89.10480:ee:73:7c:86:8080:ee:73:7c:86:81192.168.11.519c:ef:d5:ff:47:42
shuttle2172.20.90.17680:ee:73:63:f9:6c80:ee:73:63:f9:6c192.168.11.529c:ef:d5:ff:4b:dd
shuttle3172.20.89.7680:ee:73:63:f7:dc80:ee:73:63:f7:dd192.168.11.539c:ef:d5:ff:4c:f7
shuttle4172.20.90.15580:ee:73:63:f7:4680:ee:73:63:f7:47192.168.11.549c:ef:d5:ff:61:91

Thinkpad Fleet

HostnameWired MAC (eth0)NPS IDCurrent UserNote
amac8:5b:76:c7:fa:ef


awac8:5b:76:c7:fe:1d6227130884S. Ghosh
oioc8 5b b7 c7 f4 23


moaC8 5b 76 c7 f1 a6


kupipiC8 5b 76 c7 fc 1a6227130883D. A. Backer
mamo

c8:5b:76:d3:39:7f 




kihikihiC8 5b 76 d3 42 c9


awelaC8 5b 76 c7 fd 186227130891N. Pandya
hinaleac8 5b 76 d3 30 2f


lauhauC8 5b 76 c7 fa fa6227130892Ang Wee Kiong
taapeC8 5b 76 d3 3b a6 6227130898 A. Roush
apic8 5b 76 bd 85 27


kalaC8 5b 76 c7 ff 2f


pualuC8 5b 76 c7 fb 026227130890Benjemin Toh
koleC8 5b 76 d3 30 26


maniniC8 5b 76 c7 ef 6e6227130887Alexander Miyakawa (OLD: Leon Tan)
pahu00:21:70:F9:50:29

Dell


Car PCs

Hostnameeth0eth1


mb040:8d:5c:b0:57:be40:8d:5c:b0:57:bc



















































Network Configuration: Simultaneous Wired and Wireless

It is convenient to have the computer you are working on connected to both the NPS wired network (for the internet, reading this wiki, etc.) and the lab's wireless network (SSID Coconut_2_4).  The lab desktops are configured to operate on both networks, but if you are bringing another machine (e.g., your laptop) you'll need to configure it.

NPS Wired Network

To access the NPS wired network you need to have register the MAC address of your wired network card: MAC Authentication for Wired Network Devices Request  Once this is complete you should be able to connect with an Ethernet cable.  You can determine what IP address has been assigned to you with the "ifconfig" command...

The entry for "eth0" corresponds to the wired network adapter and indicates that we have been assigned 172.20.88.137.  We can also see that the MAC address for the wired interface is "HWaddr 18:03:73:21:e1:1d"

Coconut Wireless Network

Next you will want to connect to the wireless network with SSID Coconut_2_4.  To find it you us the network manager in the upper right hand corner of the desktop - the icon looks like this 

You should see an entry for "Coconut_2_4".  The access password is our standard lab password.  

Once connected, using the ifconfig command you should see that you have another IP address on the wireless network.

In this case we see that the "wlan0" interface - the wireless interface - is assigned the IP address 192.168.11.100.  For the lab computers we have configured the wireless router so that it assigns the same IP address to the computer each time it connects.  This is convenient since you don't have to determine, and remember a new IP address each time.  

Next we need to tell the network manager to route all of the traffic except that on the local subnet (192.168.11.xxx) through the wired interface.

Click on the network manager again and select "Edit Connections..." at the bottom of the menu.  This should bring up a window like this...

Select the Coconut_2_4 entry and then the "Edit..." button.  You should see a window like this...

Now in the "IPv4 Setting" tab click on the "Routes..." button.  Then check the box "Use this connection only for resources on its network".  This will make sure that only the traffic on the 192.168.11.X subnet will go through the wireless connection, and the rest of the traffic will be routed through the wired connection.

Now do the same thing for the "IPv6 Setting" tab - i.e., click on the Routes... button, check the Use this connection only... box, etc.

Click the "Save" button and exit.



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