I have a NSLU2 (debian server) that was configured for an old network, with a static IP address on Ethernet.
Now I've moved, and the server boots using the old IP address, so I can't access it when I connect it to my router with Ethernet, or even when I connect it to my PC via Ethernet.
I don't remember what was its old IP address, I tried
192.168.1.1/2/3/4 but no response to the
ping (I'm pretty sure the old address was in there).
How can I change the IP address, or
ssh to it now ? The debian system is installed on a USB stick, is there a file that I can edit on my computer to make it start ok ?