I am having a brand new RPI4B and I am booting from a 128Gb SD card. My RPI is connected by a network cable directly to my WiFi router and I have configured static IP address in the
dhcpd.conf file. The problem is that every time I issue
sudo reboot command the RPI doesn't go up. I can recover it by re-plugging the network cable or by disconnecting the power for a couple of seconds. My issue looks to be very similar to this issue described on Github: link which despite being closed doesn't seem to be resolved.
I have tried the following steps:
sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt autoremove sudo apt full-upgrade sudo rpi-update
If I switch to DHCP by commenting out the static IP address lines, I am still unable to connect to my Raspberry Pi after system reboot. Unfortunately, whatever I try I can't get my RPI to get back online after command-line reboot.