What IP is the Pocket Beagle on by default?

I saw it somewhere, and the username and password for logging in.

Mine just came in the mail yesterday, so I loaded bone-debian-9.1-iot-armhf-2017-09-26-4gb.img (yes, I know there’s at least 1 newer version) onto an SD and plugged the microusb into an i386 OpenBSD machine.

lsusb says Bus 000 Device 002: ID 1d6b:0104 Linux Foundation Multifunction Composite Gadget

And it shows in ifconfig as

urndis0: flags=8802<BROADCAST,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
lladdr 60:64:05:66:d9:5a
priority: 0
cdce0: flags=8802<BROADCAST,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
lladdr 2a:cb:05:08:33:00
priority: 0
(yes, both of those)

a cdce device is for host-host USB, rndis is ethernet over USB

But I don’t have an IP address. I could probably find it eventually with nmap, seems like it was 192.168.1.? If I had an IP, username, password I think I could ssh to it.

On a linux/OpenBSD machine you can ssh thru either connection. (RNDIS
is for windows, CDCE is for MacOSX, for driver less options)

Default user;pass is: debian:temppwd

ssh debian@
ssh debian@

The Beagle has a dhcp client, so do either:

sudo dhclient urndis0
sudo dhclient cdce0

Once you ssh in, root user has a password as "root" but it's denied
access over ssh.


Thank you, that got me in. I've used urndis in tethering an OpenBSD
laptop through an Android phone, but not lately. And I'd never heard
of cdce.