I wanted to briefly re-enable the AP mode on the chirpstack OS, but I can’t find the setting to do that. When using the normal app, you can go through the WiFi settings option in the gateway-config, but the OS doesn’t have that option. When I click on the WiFi settings, it just wants the name of a new AP.
Thank you, the CLI is good enough for me. I am going to give it a shot, I just wanted to double check something before I do since I am on a pi0 and will lose connectivity if I hose this up.
It appears that I should blow away /var/lib/connman/wifi.config
and then change Tethering=false back to Tethering=true in /var/lib/connman/settings
That seem about all the changes that the script is making? I would have through that I would need to enable a dhcp server or something, but I don’t see the script doing anything more than the above to options.
I was talking to someone else about the WiFi changes we discussed here and I was curious. Is there a reason that it isn’t an option when using the OS version? Is it just that someone needs to just take the time to do it? Or is there a more technical reason?