I have a Pi 3, with the wifi interface connected to one network and the Ethernet interface connected to another network. How can I change the
eth0 static IP I have set from
/etc/dhcpcd.conf and apply those changes without rebooting the Pi? It used to be as simple as changing
/etc/networking/interfaces, and restarting the
networking service, but now that it's switched to using
dhcpcd to configure it, my best attempts, including various combinations of: restarting
networking, and bringing the
eth0 interface up and down several times, at best will result in me now having both the old and the new static ip, with
ifconfig showing the old one.
dhcpcd.conf and rebooting, it appears normal. But how can I achieve a clean static ip change without rebooting?