Setting from Browser

You can connect to the Wi-Fi that the obniz device puts out from your PC/smartphone and configure the settings from your browser.

How to connect to the Wi-Fi put out by the device

The device does not put out Wi-Fi at any time, but will be in setting mode under the following conditions.

OS How to change the setting mode Setting screen
3.5.0 <= - Press and hold the button at startup (or immediately after)
- If unable to connect to any of the stored network settings
Automatically opens after connection. If it will not be opened, open browser and type http://192.168.254.1/
< 3.5.0 - Press and hold the button at startup (or immediately after) to open http://192.168.0.1/ in your browser if it cannot connect to any of the saved network settings.
< 3.0.2 - Press and hold the button at startup (or immediately after)
- If none of the stored network settings can be connected, open http://1.2.3.4/ in the browser

Once in configuration mode, the obniz device will output a password-free Wi-Fi with the following SSID from itself.

obniz-XXXXXXXX

(XXXXXXXXX is the obnizID of the device)

Connecting with a smartphone or PC will automatically launch a browser (OS 3.5.0 or later). If your browser does not open, or if you have an older OS, open the URL described in above table.

Login

OS3.5.0 or later

PassKey is required to login to the configuration page. The factory default setting is obniz, which can be changed via browser or cloud after login (contact us for changing from cloud).

Network selection

OS3.5.0 or later

After logging in, the following Wi-Fi setting screen will open on your smartphone or PC.
No matter what device you are using, the Wi-Fi settings screen will always open first, regardless of your current settings.

If you want to use a different setting, please select the desired network from "Network" in the upper left corner.

Network settings

You can configure all the network settings of obnizOS from your browser.

For details on what to save, see Top page of settings. There are descriptions about multiple settings and priority.

Display connection status

OS3.5.0 or later

From OS3.5.0, you can check the connection status after setting with a browser.

Network After Setting
Wi-Fi Pressing the Wi-Fi connect button will save the settings and display the connection status. In case of failure, an error message will be displayed and you will be able to set up again.
Wi-Fi MESH Wi-Fi MESH button is pressed, the settings will be saved and the device will reboot and try to connect again.
Ethernet Pressing the Ethernet button will save the settings and the device will reboot and try to connect after rebooting.
Cellular Pressing the Cellular button will save the settings and display the connection status. In case of failure, an error message will be displayed and you will be able to configure the settings again, and in case of success, the device will go online and reboot once.

The following is an example of what will be displayed as the connection status.

Network Status Description
Wi-Fi setting_configured configured or waiting for configuration
_ wifi_connecting connecting to Wi-Fi
_ wifi_waiting_dhcp inquiring about DHCP
_ net_resolving_dns DNS name resolution in progress
_ net_tcp_connecting connecting to cloud
_ net_tcp_sending requesting cloud connection
_ net_tcp_waiting_response waiting for cloud connection request approval
_ online online
Wi-Fi MESH setting_configured configured or waiting for configuration
Ethernet setting_configured configured or waiting for configuration
Cellular setting_configured configured or waiting for configuration
_ lte_initing initializing modem
Ethernet setting_configured waiting for setting or configuration
_ net_resolving_dns DNS name resolution
_ net_tcp_connecting connecting to the cloud
_ net_tcp_sending requesting cloud connection
_ net_tcp_waiting_response waiting for cloud connection request approval
_ online online

Wi-Fi Settings

The Wi-Fi Settings page scans for nearby Wi-Fi and displays the choices as you view them.

The following items can be set.

Settings Required Contents
SSID/Password required minimum required to connect, if SSID is not in the list, you can select "Other Network" and enter it.
BSSID Not required Used for connection with a Mac address. Use 12 alphanumeric characters.
Fixed IP Not required Specify a fixed IP, subnet, DNS, or Gateway. Leaving it blank will use DHCP.
Proxy not required Specify port and address to use Proxy for Websocket connection.
WPA2 Enterprise not required Specify Username, Password and AnonymousID

Pressing Connect will immediately save the settings and start the connection. While the connection is in progress, the progress status will be displayed below the button.
If the connection is successful, the device will reboot once.
If the connection fails, the error message will be displayed.

Save up to 5 entries.

Wi-Fi MESH Settings

OS3.5.0 or later

The following settings are available in addition to the Wi-Fi settings.

Settings Required Contents
MESH ID Required Identifier to specify the same MESH. 12 characters in HEX.

Unlike the Wi-Fi settings, pressing Connect will save the settings and restart the device immediately.

Note: When you specify a stealth SSID, you must specify the BSSID (Mac address) of the router.

You can save up to 5 settings.

Ether Settings

Save the wired LAN settings.

Settings Required Description
Fixed IP Not Required Specify a fixed IP, subnet, DNS, or Gateway. Leave this blank to use DHCP.
Proxy not required Specify port and address to use Proxy for Websocket connection.

Unlike Wi-Fi settings, pressing Connect will save the settings and reboot immediately.

3G/LTE Settings

OS3.5.0 or later

Save the SIM settings for the modem.

Settings Required Description
APN Settings Required APN, id, password

Press Connect to save the settings immediately and start the connection. While connecting, the progress will be displayed below the button.
If the connection is successful, the device will reboot once.
If the connection fails, the error message will be displayed.

Display device information and settings

By selecting Device from the top navigation, you can delete settings and check the Mac address.

The available settings are as follows.

Settings Contents
Delete network settings Delete all network settings
Wi-Fi Region Set available channels granted by goverment. By default, it is set to North America (1-11ch). It measn obnizOS only scan actively only 1-11 and passively 12-14ch. Especially for Hidden SSID, obnizOS never find hidden SSID on 12-14ch.
PassKey Set the password for login. If you set this, you will not be able to login with obniz.

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