I’m trying to access the OpenEvse OS so I can install the remote.it connection application.
When I do ssh ‘[email protected]’ from another RPi on the same network, I get …
ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.112 port 22: Connection refused
Of course I can when on site just browse to 192.168.1.112 and get the openevse set up pages.
Thinking it maybe a problem of public access keys - when I try to copy across keys, I get the same connection refusal …
/usr/bin/ssh-copy-id: ERROR: ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.112 port 22: Connection refused
Am I being naive and expecting to do the impossible?
Hello @johnbanks if its a standard OpenEvse, it will be based on either ESP8266 or ESP32 hardware which is running basic firmware rather than a full blown OS. It’s not possible to SSH etc unfortunately. I use dataplicity running on my emonBase to provide remote access that then controls the OpenEVSE via the demandshaper, but it doesn’t give you the actual OpenEVSE interface of course…
Thx for that.
It’s prompted me to dig deeper into remote.it’s capability …
Now from an RPi running emon with remote.it also installed, I can browse to the OpenEvse IP address and access the set up pages.
And do it remotely from my Windows laptop
That in some measure compensates for the inconvenience of there being no Mobile App for OpenEvse set up.
Great! Does remote.it work ok with images etc now? I seem to recall an issue with paths not being correct?
I have no problem with images using remote.it.
For example, OpenEvse set up opens up remotely exactly as it does when I’m on site.
That’s good to hear, I need to try out remote.it, sounds great!
And their Fair Use policy means that you can have several devices for free.
Dataplicity is just one device free as you know.