Hi @dbeqiraj, what do you mean by “installed and enabled ssh”, is it within your application? If in your application, you have to set your own ssh settings according to the server that you’ve installed.
What are you trying to access, the resin host operating system, or the application running on the device?
Are you running a “managed” resinOS version (that you can see in the resin.io dashboard), or an unmanaged version that you got from resinos.io?
There are a number of small notes:
- a production version of managed resinOS does not have open ssh access, you can access the device through the resin.io VPN, using the dashboard, or through the resin-cli (the `resin ssh command, see more of the documentation at https://docs.resin.io/reference/cli/ )
- a development version of managed resinOS has open SSH access, you can either log in to the host OS on port 22222, root user with no password, or you can use
resin ssh for remote and
resin local ssh for local access for either the host OS or the application (see more of the differences between dev and prod images in the docs at https://docs.resin.io/reference/resinOS/overview/2.x/#dev-vs-prod-images )
- the unmanaged resinOS version is like the development one in terms of local access, but it is not accessible remotely
It would be good if you could provide a bit more information of what are you doing and what are you trying to do, for us to be able to help more.