My aim: Connect Erle Brain to APM Planner 2.0 using MiniUSB Connection through UDP Link
Followed all the steps available on this and other forums.
First of all, I set the PuTTY connections and connected to debian os through Host: 192.168.7.2 & Port:22 using PuTTY
As mentioned by all other answers, set the IPv4 address of my Erle Brian BBB to 192.168.7.1 and Subnet mask to 255.255.255.0 followed by DNS Server of 220.127.116.11
Then, changed the apm4-startup.sh' last lines. Basically, I commented this line:
./ArduCopter.elf -A udp:18.104.22.168:6000 -B /dev/ttyO5
And uncommented this line:
./ArduCopter.elf -A udp:192.168.7.1:6000 -B /dev/ttyO5 -C /dev/ttyO4
Went to APM Planner 2.0. Set the UDP Connection port (6000) and Add a new IP Address (192.168.7.1:6000). I get no response as ideally I should be connected to ErleBrain board and get the sensor readings on APM Planner 2.0
I have turned off the Windows Firewall.
I also checked the output of apm4-startup.sh file by giving command sudo sh apm4-startup.sh in the directory /etc/init.d
I got the follwing output for this:
Just for information:
I am able to connect to internet on my Beaglebone Black using this post: https://www.digikey.com/en/maker/blogs/how-to-connect-a-beaglebone-black-to-the-internet-using-usb/cdf66181b3a5436e9ad730e4ed4cf9ee
And tried to sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade (for upgrading) but still no response or changes in the output of apm4-startup.sh file.
Please help me if anyone has idea on how to connect my Erle Brain BBB device to APM Planner to get the readings on APM Planner 2.0