[Ovmsdev] First connection to car
mark at webb-johnson.net
Sat Mar 24 16:41:54 HKT 2018
I’m loving my new arrangement (without AP). I have modem and scanning WIFI client running. When I get home, the car connects to home wifi so I can ssh in, scp logs off, OTA new firmware. As I drive away, it loses WIFI and seamlessly switches to modem.
There is something very cool about doing this on a little embedded device:
$ ssh mark at ev914.local
Welcome to the Open Vehicle Monitoring System (OVMS) - SSH Console
Hardware: OVMS WIFI BLE BT cores=2 rev=ESP32/1
Interface#2: pp2 (ifup=1 linkup=1)
IPv4: 10.170.204.16/255.255.255.255 gateway 10.64.64.64
Interface#1: st1 (ifup=1 linkup=1)
IPv4: x.y.z.212/255.255.255.0 gateway x.y.z.64
Interface#0: lo0 (ifup=1 linkup=1)
IPv4: 127.0.0.1/255.0.0.0 gateway 127.0.0.1
DNS: 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124
Default Interface: st1 (x.y.z.212/255.255.248.0 gateway x.y.z.64)
> On 24 Mar 2018, at 1:19 PM, Stephen Casner <casner at acm.org> wrote:
> I took my OVMS v3.0 off the desk and into the car for the first time
> this evening. The only real hitch was that I had a hard time
> inserting the plug of the diagnostic cable into the car's connector.
> It seemed to be hitting a stop halfway in, whereas the old cable for
> my v1 unit goes in easily. Perhaps just a stiff release lever.
> In the middle of fiddling with connections I had a stack overflow
> crash in the tiT task, but after getting everything connected and
> doing a reset the wifi and modem came up successfully. Since I had
> not used the modem or Hologram SIM yet, I stopped wifi and then
> verified that my car status was making its way to the server and from
> there to the iPhone app. No news here; others have done much more
> testing than this.
> -- Steve
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