I have flashed Jetson TX2 with a custom carrier board. I want to place Jetson TX2 in a UAV and stream camera footages from sky. I am using a Rocket M5 and Nanobeam M5 for wirelesss setup. Rocket M5 is linked to TX2, Nanobeam is deployed at groundstation. In theory there would be network between Jetson and groundstation.
I tested this setup with various Raspberry Pi models and I could get live footages from sky. My problem is I cannot SSH to Jetson when it is connected to Rocket M5. But I can SSH via direct Ethernet cable through jetson and host computer.
Thank you for your reply. I know, I can SSH with USB Cable but it is not an option for my use-case. Let me explain my setup more detailed.
There is a fixed wing UAV, in the UAV I have Ubiquiti Rocket M5 module which is connected to Jetson TX2. On the ground I have Ubiquiti Nanobeam M5 module. Practically Rocket and Nanobeam modules are synchronized so that there is network connection in the UAV.
I can connect to the network just linking raspberry pi to the Rocket M5 via ethernet cable and ssh to it by “ssh email@example.com”
But whenever I plug Jetson TX2 to Rocket M5, I can not SSH, by ssh firstname.lastname@example.org.
I type ifconfig to TX2 terminal and there is no ip assigned to TX2.
I can SSH TX2 if i link it to my windows PC via ethernet cable by “ssh email@example.com”
I have working setup which is proven with Raspberry Pi, but it does not work with Jetson TX2. I think there is a problem with IP assignments
You might want to post the output of these when you are set up to try to run wireless:
Incidentally, sometimes Wi-Fi is tied to whether or not someone is logged in to the GUI. So make sure that if you are testing in text mode, without the GUI, that the output of those commands are also in text mode.