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When I plug the Mark V directly into Ethernet it doesn't automatically obtain an ip address like the Mark IV did. Even if you run udhcpc br-lan it will not obtain an 192.168.x.x ip adress. I'm guessing this has to do with how the routing tables are set up. Do you manually have to set up the routing tables to connect to a network through Ethernet or is there a more simple way?

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