The goal of this guide is to help you setup your Kuri so that you can
use ROS tools such as
rviz from a development machine on the same network
to connect to Kuri.
Notice: this will allow anyone on the same network to control your robot through ROS. This includes controlling the motors, reading the sensors and most other functions of your robot.
Connecting to Kuriguide to connect to your robot through SSH
sudo iptables -F
After running this last command, the firewall will remain open until Kuri is rebooted.
ROS expects Kuri to be addressable by its hostname.
On macOS and linux, this can be controlled by editing the
<<number>> is the number that follows
kuri- in your robot’s
Note: the IP address may change, depending on your router settings. If
this happens, you may have to edit your
/etc/hosts file again.