Please read the release notes carefully since this update requires adjustments to your Raspberry Pi configuration!
Trying to connect via SSH or VNC
I’m starting a build and have it setup but have yet to add a case to my build. So I’m trying to play with it and get setup before I start. I’m trying to connect via SSH/VNC but I have not been successful are there any special requirements to get connected?
Thanks in Advance
Maybe its a PI issue, I’m getting a 192.168.55.x address from wifi vs a 192.168.0.x address. Did I configure something incorrectly?
cowboysdude last edited by
Thank you for the link. However I am able to get the system running. I’m hoping to connect via SSH or VNC to configure remotely.
I’ve followed the instructions in this article and still unable to connect.
Projekt95 last edited by Projekt95
May be a dumb question but have you activated the deamons for SSH and VNC on the Pi?
The IPs are probably because your WLAN Router/AP has a different IP-Range as the Interfaces for LAN configured.
romain last edited by
You might have to activate the ssh through the
sudo raspi-configpanel. It should be under interfacing option. also you need to have ssh keys
ssh-keygenIt will ask you some stuff but you can let it empty
I’m hoping to connect via SSH or VNC to configure remotely.
From the Pi desktop:
Thank you everyone. I verified SSH is enabled and running by connecting to localhost. I can also ping my windows machine from the pi but not the other way around. Do I need to add something to my windows machine to access it via SSH? I know I’m missing something simple.
Thanks again I think I might have a good idea what is going on, when I hardwire to the pi I get the correct address and can connect to SSH without any issues (still trying to get VNC working) through mobaXterm. I’m using a LUMA system in the house and I wonder if one of the access points has that as a subnet. To be determined later. Now I can configure remotely thank you everyone for your assistance. Anyone have recommendations on modules to consider and suggestions on two-way mirror or film to use?