Completely baffled once I plugged in my new Mini DApp Node and I’m getting either a Debian login prompt (for which I have no clue what to put) or what looks like somtehing asking for Wifi settings (my guess) displaying:
iwlwifi 0000:00:0c.0: BIOS contains WGDS but no WRDS
I kinda tried typing my router wifi settings with no success.
Hi, thanks for the reply - no hotspot wifi detected even though it is plugged into the router and upon boot up it goes straight to login/password prompt. I tried u/p dappnode/dappnode but it only says incorrect login. I never installed anything since I was under the impression that it came pre-installed (mini dappnode). Sorry, not sure if this is the same problem that santisiri is also having but it sounded similar.
Hi, yes @adaptivex this is the same problem I’m getting. I wasn’t able to find any troubleshooting for this in the documentation, and it looks like could be a common thing. It’s a bit frustrating not being able to use the mini dappnode at all.
Hi santisiri, I have it working now. I had to startup my dappnode after logging in to the system. I was able to login using a specific username and password provided by the DappNode team. Since you can see the DappNodeWIFI, I wonder if you can login to it simply by using the password “dappnode”. My issue was that I could not see the wifi and had to startup the services. Once the DAppNodeWIFI was up for me i was able to connect and run the steps found at https://welcome.dappnode.io/
First of all, the message: iwlwifi 0000:00:0c.0: BIOS contains WGDS but no WRDS
is just a kernel warning, but wireless should work anyway.
Second, to log in to your dappnode, the default credentials are:
(last char is a zero)
If you are connected to the wifi, you should be able to access the ADMIN user interface directly from you browser, are you getting any error? What IP do you get when connected? Can you clean you cache and retry?
Thanks @vdo! now I managed to move a step forward and I can finally log in.
I’m trying to download the OVPN config file that the QR code displays but no luck with that now. Activated UPnP on my router and opened 1194 UDP port but I think Mac OS X is still keeping these ports firewalled. I’m looking through a way to open these up… .
Also when connected to DappNodeWiFi, I try to go to the internal IP 192.168.4.245 reported in the console login but i’m getting a connection timeout…