can not connect via rs.local

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Marco

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Apr 12, 2019, 12:35:38 PM4/12/19
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Hi my internet was down for almost 2 days, now I can not connect to RS via rs.local.
Is there any other way to connect because Swarm is also not working.

Marco

Lauren Elliott

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Apr 12, 2019, 12:56:00 PM4/12/19
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Did you check to see if your router assigned the shake another IP address?  (only suggest, since mine does all the time)

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Marco

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Apr 12, 2019, 1:14:20 PM4/12/19
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yes it is changed the IP address, grr what now?

Marco

Dne petek, 12. april 2019 18.35.38 UTC+2 je oseba Marco napisala:

Lauren Elliott

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Apr 12, 2019, 1:22:22 PM4/12/19
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On your rs.local homepage you can read the IP address - in SWARM you'll have to 'edit' the source to update the IP address.  Your raspberry should get the updated IP if you reboot it.  

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David J Taylor

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Apr 13, 2019, 4:45:39 AM4/13/19
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From: Lauren Elliott

Did you check to see if your router assigned the shake another IP address?
(only suggest, since mine does all the time)
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Lauren,

You may be able to use Address Reservation in your router to keep the
address constant. It ties the IP address it gives out to the hardware (MAC)
address of the device you want to fix.

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