April 22, 2017 at 8:51 am #45969
I’m trying to connect to my Opensprinkler, but the app doesnt work nor does the browser using the IP address of the OS.
I’ve reset the client router, and the OpenSprinkler. I’ve also confirmed the IP address on my router is an attached device and the OS shows internet connectivity on the LED Screen.
Any ideas? I’m surprised I can’t connect via the IP address. That was always my fallback in the past. I’m on the same Wifi network as the TP-Link Wifi client router.April 23, 2017 at 2:01 pm #45978
Please check on your router if the OS is connected and which IP address it got. Also the OS may faulty indicate that it has a correct IP address.
I had my router configured to always give my OS a specific IP address. When I reinstalled OS from its winter sleep it didn’t work. I found out after 2h search that another device was sitting on its IP and it couldn’t get it.
There are many possibilities. Try to check your router and then reduce the switches and access points in between if OS is not connected directly to your router. Can you still connect to your TP-Link?May 15, 2017 at 7:52 am #46264
In advance, I know I am doing something wrong. 🙂
I am able to connect via my aondroid app and control OpenSprinkler. From a browser (edge and Chrome), I see the login page, and I enter my password. It simply hangs. I have tried an incognito window, in case there was something cached.
Any thoughts on what to check?May 21, 2017 at 2:37 pm #46351
The first thing to check is to verify the IP address is correct: click button B1 on OpenSprinkler to display the IP address (And port number, in case the port number is not 80). Make sure the IP address matches what you typed into the browser; also, if the port number is not 80, you need to explicitly type the port number (separated from the IP address by a colon).
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