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Hi folks,
I've been following the posts regarding how to connect to your CMU and then make changes (more importantly activating Navigation).
However, I haven't been able to connect via SSH to my mazda3.
I have done all the steps as explained in many videos, but somehow they don't work on my car.
Please help!!!
I get to the part where the Wifi is enabled and I even connect with my laptop. However, I don't seem to get a valid IP nor connect via SSH with a Putty session.
Has anyone had this problem before? Am I missing a step?
Any help will be gladly appreciated.
 

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I have the same issue as well. My CMU is v59. After I connect my laptop to the car's wifi, I can's ssh into 192.168.53.1.
 

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I am also having this issue!

CMU v59.00.443 4A N

I've connected to the wifi, and I can see the car come up (hostname CMU, IP 10.1.1.146) but sshing times out.

Doing a scan with zenmap shows only one port (53) which is 'closed' and connection to that is refused.

I'm not keen to try sticking in a USB with a script designed to work on v55, so maybe I'll try and write a script to just copy off the entire contents.
 

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Did some investigation...

So I've spent a bit of time looking into this, and it looks like they've stepped up the security (good!). I managed to get a script going to copy off bits of the filesystem, and had a look in the sshd_config.

Port has changed from 22 to 36000, password login is no longer permitted, only with a single specific private key (which is presumably shipped with some software they give maintainers? no idea)

Anyway, that should be fairly straightforward to modify using the classic copy a file over the top approach (probably adding in a new public key to /config-mfg/authorized_keys would be the most secure option for those concerned about that).

However I still wasn't able to get any error messages (other than connection timed out) when trying to connect to the new port, so I'm not even sure the SSH server is running... Does anyone know what level of running is required (acc/on/engine) for SSH to work?

I was able to change the background still, so I'm assuming most tweaks will work, though that's the only one I've been brave enough to try so far.
 
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