Accessing the remote console
The remote console is a web-interface program that allows you to control the state of the notochord from any computer or mobile device, without installing additional software.
Your device should be connected to the same network than the notochord, most of the time this means accessing the WIFI network that the notochord has exposed with the name
Chordata-net. Then from a web browser go to the address:
notochord.localname is resolved because the notochord acts as a DNS server on the local network. If your browser just keeps waiting for a response, and eventually times out, it probably means that you device is using another DNS server. You can try checking if your browser has an static DNS on its configuration, otherwise perhaps an static DNS server was set system wide. If your are connected to another network apart from the
Chordata-netyour device might be using the other network's DNS. Try disconnecting from other networks apart from the notochord one.
You should see a page like the one in the picture, this is the remote console:
Click in the big
You should see a welcome message on the console, and the RGB led on the Hub should turn YELLOW.
helpto get a list of the remote commands available. The most important command is
initwhich accepts arguments. Every argument passed as initialization argument to a call to
notochord. For example, you can type
init -hto get a list of all the possible notochord arguments