I am creating an OP3-like biped (26 DOF instead of 20, but the first 20 are identical).
I have a raspberry pi4 instead of a NUC connected to an OpenCR.
I have all the OP3 code in my workspace and catkin_make successfully.
I’ve actually, successfully roslaunched the op3_bringup among other programs/packages.
So, I read in Robotis OP3 emanual at sections 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168:
Connect to ROBOTIS-OP3 over the network.
- Via Wireless(WLAN)
IP address will be automatically assigned when connecting to ROBOTIS-OP3-Share.
After establishing Wi-Fi connection, use one of the connection methods described in the next section. ( password : 111111 )
- Execute SSH client program (ex: PuTTY)
- Input ROBOTIS-OP3’s IP address : 10.42.0.1
- Select SSH as a connection type and then open it.
- Input ROBOTIS-OP3’s user name : robotis
- Input ROBOTIS-OP3’s password : 111111
So, I’m trying to understand exactly what they are saying.
Are they saying the NUC (in my case, the pi4) is the wifi hotspot and called ROBOTIS-OP3-Share?
I have a remote PC which is a Windows 10 and I have putty and have already been able to SSH into the pi4.
So, the Windows PC, using putty should SSH into a hidden network called ROBOTIS-OP3-Share (which is the pi4)?
Is my thinking correct?
It appears the Robotis NUC has a specific address: 10.42.0.1.
Must I also add that specific address of 10.42.0.1 to my pi4 as the address for the OP3 code to work? Because at this time, the pi4 definitely has a different address.
Any guidance or help or setting me straight is very much appreciated.
Thank you in advance,