Configuring an IP connection on your watch has to be done manually until a GUI settings option is available.
On watches that support WLAN, you can enable Wi-Fi and configure the connection using
connmanctl like described below.
Forwarding IP requests to a connected PC via USB is another option, explained in the second paragraph.
By default, there is no
ceres password, and no firewall rules. A password can be set using the
Connect to your watch using
ssh email@example.com or
# connmanctl connmanctl> enable wifi connmanctl> scan wifi connmanctl> services connmanctl> agent on connmanctl> connect wifi_CODE-FOR-YOUR-SSID connmanctl> quit
Check whether an IP address has been assigned to the watch using
ip a show dev wlan0 or
Note that activated WLAN consumes additional power. Currently, it is recommended to disable the function after use.
connmanctl disable wifi is used to disable Wi-Fi and power off WLAN temporarily.
connmanctl enable wifi activates WLAN again and connects to the last used Wi-Fi network.
Some more details on ArchWiki
Configure a NAT on your computer (Note: Replace eth0 with the name of the interface that connects your computer to the Internet) with:
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE
Configure a default gateway and DNS on the watch with the following commands ran via SSH:
route add default gw 192.168.2.1 echo "nameserver 22.214.171.124" >> /etc/resolv.conf