This probably happened because you haven’t set an SSID. Run the command configure_edison –setup. When going through the configuration steps, make sure to enter an SSID. The steps are:
- Set Edison Password
- Select a Network
- Network Password
As an additional suggestion, flash to the latest image found in http://downloadmirror.intel.com/25384/eng/edison-iotdk-image-280915.zip using the Flash Tool Lite IoT
I followed all your instructions ... except that I used FlashAll.bat to install the latest image.
Then I ran the "configure_edison --setup" command and input all the info.
It didn't fix my of Edison's name not showing up on my DHCP client list on my router, though. (But it DID fix my auto reconnect to wifi problem ... so that works now.)
- Dave F.
What is the model of your router?
Post a picture of the output of your Edison’s ifconfig and iwconfig and another picture of your router’s DHCP client list.
Try to use connman to connect to the network. To enable and start connman run:
systemctl enable connman
systemctl start connman
Now, follow this guide to scan and connect to network IoT - Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network | Intel® Developer Zone
The guide is for Galileo but the same steps apply for Edison.
Do you have any updates? What were the results of trying our latest suggestion?