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Networking over USB-C

Setting up a network connection to Skynode for use with MAVLink or SSH
The following instructions allow you to connect to the mission computer and flight controller in order to inspect what is happening in real-time. For development purposes, connect to Skynode via the USB-C interface.
The USB-C port is located on Skynode's side, right next to the SIM card slot
Syknode's USB-C interface sets up a network connection to the computer connected to Skynode. A DHCP server is running on Skynode, which assigns the IP address 10.41.1.2 to the client. Make sure that your computer is set up to use DHCP on the network interface corresponding to the USB-C port. Depending on your particular operating system, this network interface is most likely only visible while connected to Skynode via USB-C.
Device
IPv4 Address
Netmask
Skynode
10.41.1.1
255.255.255.0
Developer's computer
10.41.1.2
255.255.255.0
Once the network connection is configured, see Flight Controller Shell for how to open an interactive mavlink shell to the PX4 Autopilot, or Mission Computer Shell for opening a secure shell on the mission computer.