I have an Intel NUC that is imaged with a development mode image and fully provisioned (running the latest git hash from my repository) and I have another computer on the same local network.
Balena(resin) dashboard shows the device is online, router has handed out an ip address via DHCP. I have the resin cli installed and when I attempt to ssh to the device
$ sudo resin local ssh af1e49e.local
ECONNREFUSED: connect ECONNREFUSED 10.0.0.115:2375
$ ssh email@example.com -p 2375
ssh: connect to host 10.0.0.115 port 2375: Connection refused
The network bandwidth the public network is only 2Mbps download and less than 1Mbps upload
Since I’m on the local network, how can I connect to the device given that the connection to the balena servers is essentially non-existent?
Also when I do use my cellphone to create a hotspot, and power off the wireless router that we install to avoid interference with the host network (the one with a really poor connection to the balena servers) I get this error when I try to restart the main service or restart or shutdown the device:
Request error: tunneling socket could not be established, cause=socket hang up