Just so that Maria doesn't get too confused, I think you meant:
192.168.10.XXX network (except .2), and configure the network manager for "static" addressing.
the reason I most often encountered for this is that in the middle
of operation, Ubuntu decided to reconfigure the network interface.
Make sure you set the network interface to a valid address from the
19.168.10.XXX network (except .2), and configure the network manager
for "static" addressing.
also, for some reason, your USRP's subnet mask as reported by
uhd_usrp_probe seems wrong; it should be something like
255.255.255.0, not 255.255.255.255.
By the way, what is your network card? (you can find out by doing
"lspci|grep -i ether", usually)
On 02/22/2016 10:36 PM, Maria
Could you please give me some guidelines to solve this
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