No Internet Access on Amiga connected to a Wifi Network

The Amiga is currently connected to our Wifi network and allows for us to ssh into the Brain. We have not been able to download any dependencies onto the Brain itself which indicates that there is no internet connectivity. what steps could we take to resolve this/ if this is a known issue?

Thanks in advance!

Hi Jaoviedo,
I am not sure if I’ve already corrected the issue on your Amiga but yes, it is a known issue resolving around systemd-resolved/netplan/NetworkManager.

The fix is to update /etc/docker/daemon.json on the host OS with valid DNS name servers like below:

    "runtimes": {
        "nvidia": {
            "path": "nvidia-container-runtime",
            "runtimeArgs": []
    "dns": ["", ""]

If you can provide the hostname located on the bottom right of the launcher here or by DM, and if the machine is online, I’ll correct the issue.

Best regards

We have the same issue on our robot. How would we go on resolving this @chris .
How can we access the host OS so as to modify the name server?

Hello @shrijits,

What is the host name (bottom right corner of the launcher UI) of your Amiga? Is it currently connected via WiFi?

You may DM me the hostname if preferred to posting inline here.

We’ll remedy the connectivity issue asap and will follow up regarding host os access.

The hostname is [deleted]. Yes, it is connected to the internet via Wifi.
That would be great, having host access might be useful for us in some situations.

I’ve corrected the DNS resolution issue and confirmed internet access. :slight_smile:

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Thanks @chris !
I also wanted to ask, when you fixed the issue did you update the docker container or something. Since the stuff we installed from apt disappeared and we had to reinstall.

Hi, it looks like our robot is having a similar issue. We are able to ssh to the Brain, but it cannot ping May we have some assistance with this?

Hi @oktaylorbrown,

Absolutely. Thank you for reaching out with this issue. To fix this issue, try using this curl command:

curl -v

Once the command is done executing please restart your Amiga and brain with a full power cycle(turning off the batteries and then turning them back on).
For more information check out this discourse post:

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Hi, I am also having the same issue with the internet on the amiga for cloning GitHub repositories. I ran the curl -v command while ssh’d on my amiga and the following messages came up:

Would you be able to help?

Hi @dbukows,

Yes. Could you confirm your machine’s name?