I am experiencing a potential new software glitch on one of my Tridents. It is unable to be found by Cockpit and I am unable to SSH into it.
This Trident powers up and obtains an IP address on my WiFi network when I use a button magnet. It also powers up and obtains an IP address on my WiFi network when the tether is connected just like it does with the button magnet. The topside module powers up when the tether is connected however it stops at two green LED’s instead of three (the LED under the tick symbol remains un-lit). The topside module appears to create its WiFi network and the controller tablet is able to connect to this WiFi network as usual however Cockpit is unable to ‘find’ the Trident.
When I attempt to SSH into it from within Ubuntu ‘Files’ using ssh://ipaddress (or sftp://ipaddress), I get an error popup that says I am unable to access the location and that the connection is refused by the server (it normally requests username and password and then proceeds to show the directory structure).
My other Trident is not affected by this glitch. I have connected both topside modules to the affected Trident with the same end result. Both topside modules work with the other Trident so I am pretty sure it is a glitch on just the one Trident.
I am currently running the glitching Trident to flatten the batteries in the hope it powers off and re-sets itself as mentioned in the battery topic Batteries won't charge on new Trident - #4 by h.lundqvist
Does anyone have any other suggestions?