All in one computer cannot ssh 192.168.55.1. But notebook and desktop can. How can I solve this problem?
This is probably your host computer problem. This interface is based on usb device mode to form as a internet interface (ncm).
If your host machine does not have corresponding driver, then it won’t work.
One way you can tell the host PC that the connection is allowed (that machine is probably set to not just accept network devices without ok) is through your system’s network config tool. I tend to use “
nm-connection-editor” (if you don’t have this, then you can “
sudo apt-get install network-manager-gnome”).
What you would do is to monitor “
dmesg --follow” on the host PC. Then plug in the USB cable. You should see a MAC address listed for the device. Then use “
sudo nm-connection-editor” (or your favorite config tool), and set to allow that device.