Excellent. Thanks again.
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RE: Understanding my new Duet2 Wifi board
Thanks for this information. I enabled the telnet interface. However, this seems to provide a command-interface for Gcode and not something like a shell where you can run processes. Help me understand the process model. Is the board running linux or an OS with process management? I assumed that's how the DWC was run. The references to Apache and nginx and IPC with sockets lead me to believe they could be run on the board itself. Is that not possible?
Understanding my new Duet2 Wifi board
I have been asked to add support for direct spooling of print jobs from Kiri:Moto to the Duet2 board over wifi or ethernet. It seemed pretty straight-forward because the board already presents DWC and has a RESTful API. However, it does not seem to have an https option + CORS header support. And without that, secure browser pages cannot PUT or POST data to the DWC.
So I purchased a Duet2 Wifi board to experiment. It arrived with firmware V3.1.1. I've gotten it up on wifi and it's pingable. DWC works as expected. I was also expecting it to have ssh or some other means to log on or a configuration option for such. My hope was to be able to run a reverse proxy onboard to enable secure web communications with the board. Is this not possible?
I poked around through some of the docs and it's unclear to me if the board is running an ARM version of linux or if all connectivity features are predicated on an external PI talking to the board using some other means.