Make sure that your laptop/phone/tablet/... has 5 GHz support. You should look for 802.11 ac support.
Connect to WiFi network, Erle-Brain creates a network called "erle-< product > ". The password for the network is "holaerle". Afterwards, SSH into the board:
#Under Debian ssh firstname.lastname@example.org #Under Snappy Ubuntu Core #password: ubuntu ssh email@example.com
Through mini USB
Erle-Brain supports client mode USB. Using this connection mechanism and the Ethernet-over-USB kernel module you should be able to SSH into the board.
First check which interfaces you have in your computer, execute
Connect Erle-Brain using the mini USB connector:
Find the new network interface that should've been created in your OS, executing again
Assign the following IP address: 192.168.7.1. Assuming that your new interface is
sudo ifconfig eth6 192.168.7.1
Now that you are in the same subnet, just ssh into the board:
#Under Debian ssh firstname.lastname@example.org #Under Snappy Ubuntu Core #password: ubuntu ssh email@example.com