I am using Debian on a Raspberry Pi 2 device. I want to do networking over bluetooth. So that I can SSH into the device from a laptop, iPad or Android phone ("remotes").
SSH works right now over WiFi but I need 2 different ways to access the device.
A static IP and the need to reconfigure networking manually on the remotes is OK with me, if it is necessary.
I've googled and tried a wide variety of solutions, none seem to work.
- Bluetooth BLE dongle works fine on the Pi, I can pair with a few Android phones.
- But I cannot start Personal Area Networking or any other option I've tried. Further it seems that whatever I try screws up the WiFi.
- I have a standard and latest Debian installed (not NOOB).
Could you please provide a definite way to get it working?