- Running image 20180525 on RPi 3B. ArduRover 3.3.0
- We have a hardwired connection from a switch to the RPi, but ubiquity wireless back to the ground station. The Windows 10 ground station and the RPi 3 with Navio2 see one another and I can ssh and VNC from Windows to RPi. I wish to connect Mission Planner via TCP since the network has DHCP reservation structure, therefore I have an effectively static IP. I edited the defaults for ardurover telemetry to include:
TELEM1="-A tcp:192.168.88.6:14550" # GCS IP
# Options to pass to ArduPilot
# -A is a console switch (usually this is a Wi-Fi link)
# -C is a telemetry switch
# Usually this is either /dev/ttyAMA0 - UART connector on your Navio
# or /dev/ttyUSB0 if you’re using a serial to USB convertor
# -B or -E is used to specify non default GPS
Mission Planner consistently report connection refused by 192.168.88.193 which is the IP of the RPi. I have changed the port to 5678 and back again, but it has not helped.
I see other issues like this in the forum. Is there an exhaustive checklist for machine to machine connection with Mission Planner and ArduPilot?