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I am running OpenCPN 5.6.2,  openplotter v3 2022, Linux openplotter 5.15.32-v7l,  on a Raspberry pi 4 model B

There are no warnings when running the "Check system" on OpenPlotter
I am using my PI as an AT setting the Network up as shown in the documentation "AP (on board)"
Then I am connecting to the SSID openplotter on my mobile. I can connect to SignalK using http://openplotter.local:3000 on my mobile. I CANNOT connect to http://openplotter.local
Then I get connection refused.
What am I missing?
your mobile must be connectid to your LOCAL wifi to. connnect to any local domain. maybe it is possible to connect via the 10.xxx or 192.168.xxx directy ip adresses - but not via your mobilenet as these are not routed for securty reasons.

holger
(2022-08-09, 08:55 PM)holgerw Wrote: [ -> ]your mobile must be connectid to your LOCAL wifi to. connnect to any local domain. maybe it is possible to connect via the 10.xxx or 192.168.xxx directy ip adresses - but not via your mobilenet as these are not routed for securty reasons.

holger

My mobile is connected to a LAN created by using PI as an AP (Acess Point). I am not using the mobile net. I can also  to the PI from the mobile and ping the mobile from PI. This shows that the LAN works.

I thought I could access OpenPlotter from using http://openplotter.local from my mobile. I can also use the IP address directly, but I get always get ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED.
Have I misunderstood something?
Jarle
use http://openplotter.local:3000 for signalk-server.

default there is no http server running on openplotter so you have to use an portnumber.
(2022-08-10, 04:50 PM)holgerw Wrote: [ -> ]use http://openplotter.local:3000 for signalk-server.

default there is no http server running on openplotter so you have to use an portnumber.

http://openplotter.local:3000 for signalK server works, but how can i share openpcn to my mobile. Is there a portnumer to use in http://openplotter.local:????
Jarle
you can use an VNC App on your mobile to get the screen.
also there is an OpenCPN App for Android.

openplotter-network shows you all the used ip and portnumbers.
(2022-08-10, 05:03 PM)holgerw Wrote: [ -> ]you can use an VNC App on your mobile to get the screen.
also there is an OpenCPN App for Android.

openplotter-network shows you all the used ip and portnumbers.

Thanks for you answer. That clarified a lot.
I think the OpenPlotter documentation is not explaining clearly how to access the OpenPlotter on Pi from the cockpit through  mobile devices.

I notice that when installing the headless software both SSH and Remote Desktop are enabled.
One last question: Is there perhaps better to use the Headless installation if one wants to access the Pi from mobile?


Jarle