You cannot use the wired interface for SSH. The gateway is by default setup as WiFi AP, you need to access it over WiFi.
You will need SSH / SCP tools to perform the following steps (you can use Putty or WinSCP on windows, regular ssh/scp client or Putty on Linux and Mac).
- The wired connection is by default setup as a WAN interface, and is firewalled. You will not be able to access it with SSH.
- You need to connect to the WiFi interface of the box, the SSID of the network is printed on the bottom of the gateway's enclosure
- Once connected, you should get an IP from DHCP, in the 192.168.55.0/24 range. The gateway should be at 192.168.55.1.
- You should be able to ssh to the gateway as firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You can use the /etc/init.d/firewall stop command to disable the firewall on the wired interface.
You might need to disable any pkt_fwd (packet forwarder) binaries that are running by default. Otherwise, the binary might fail to start or will only receive a subset of all the packets on the air.
After ensuring the above points have been follow the steps as described in section Setting up the LORIOT Gateway Binaries.
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