How to connect IGOR through Windows

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zhuwei996
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How to connect IGOR through Windows

Post by zhuwei996 » Sat Jul 31, 2021 6:20 am

Hi, HEBI commulity members,

I can connect and communicate with IGOR using Ubuntu system, but I can't do this with Windows system.
The Windows system can detect IGOR wifi. But when I connect the wifi, the network icon is "earth", shown as the attached photo.
https://github.com/zw199502/Igore/blob/ ... 640956.jpg
The ssh command doesn't work even though the computer connects IGOR's wifi.
So I wonder how to fix this problem.

Thanks for any help from you!

Wei
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Re: How to connect IGOR through Windows

Post by florian_enner » Wed Aug 04, 2021 6:44 am

Hello Wei,

The "earth" symbol means that there is no connection with the Internet, which is expected behavior if you do not have the "WAN" / Uplink port on the robot connect to a network with Internet access.

Can you ping the ip address of the robot? (run "cmd" and "ping <robot-ip>")

The SSH server is independent of the client Operating System, so it is likely that something on the Windows SSH client is misconfigured. What client are you using? Have you tried different ones, e.g. PuTTy, OpenSSH, WSL ssh client?
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Re: How to connect IGOR through Windows

Post by zhuwei996 » Thu Aug 05, 2021 8:20 am

florian_enner wrote:
Wed Aug 04, 2021 6:44 am
Hello Wei,

The "earth" symbol means that there is no connection with the Internet, which is expected behavior if you do not have the "WAN" / Uplink port on the robot connect to a network with Internet access.

Can you ping the ip address of the robot? (run "cmd" and "ping <robot-ip>")

The SSH server is independent of the client Operating System, so it is likely that something on the Windows SSH client is misconfigured. What client are you using? Have you tried different ones, e.g. PuTTy, OpenSSH, WSL ssh client?
Hello, Hebi tech support,

Thanks. I have fixed the problem.
I revised the file '/etc/ssh/sshd_config'.
I found the port was not 22, but other number.
Then I changed it into 22. Finally, it worked!

Wei
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