My tinyPilot's red light is on. It is connected to a computer (Ubuntu Linux 20.04) via USB. I have plugged in an ethernet cable directly from ISP router to Tinypilot. I see the Ethernet powers green and orange lights when ethernet is plugged in.
https://tinypilot/ shows this error:
This site can’t be reached tinypilot.local’s DNS address could not be found. Diagnosing the problem. DNS_PROBE_POSSIBLE
The same errors appear on tinypilot.local and tinypilot.localdomain
This is in Brave browser. Chrome and Firefox show the same error.
I have also tried accessing the Tinypilo web UI from another computer (MacOS Monterrey) on this network. It also failed to connect in the browser after waiting 10+ minutes.
Both computers are plugged into the same ISP router. They have no internet connection issues.
I do not believe any blacklists or firewalls are in place to block the tinypilot domains.
What else could be preventing the TP from being connected to?
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Hi as a test, can you try network connectivity without using the ISP router?
I have a router with an ethernet port that can be configured as a WAN (uplink) or LAN (local) connection.
Perhaps your router has the same setting.
Sure, I tried the following:
- Unplug my computer's ethernet from the router. It could no longer access the internet. No pages loaded.
- Unplug my Tinypilot from the router. The computer could not access it.
- Replug in the computer to the router. It could access internet but not the tinypilot.
Okay, I should have been more clear. I was trying to remove just the ISP router from your network architecture. Internet access isn't required for this test.
Can you try creating a local network using an unmanaged switch to connect your computer and the TinyPilot?
This would also require using a static IP address if you were relying on DHCP from the ISP router.
Thanks, can you recommend an unmanaged switch?
Is there anything else I can test before I buy that?
There are more things to troubleshoot before buying something that was intended to be a test...I was hoping you had one lying around!
What is the Manufacturer and model of your router?
Do you have access to the configuration settings of the router?
I'm wondering if DNS is enabled or not.
- CGene Montgomery @Cthulhu7747
Have you tried connecting to the TinyPilot using its IP address?
I have not, do you know how to locate its IP address? My main computer is on Ubuntu 20.04 and I also have a Mac Mini with MacOS Monterrey
Your router should have a DHCP client page; the TinyPilot's IP address should show up there.
You could also install nmap on your Ubuntu machine and run sudo nmap -sn -vv 192.168.1.0/24 (or whatever your subnet is) to get an inventory of devices on your network.
Here is an example:
Nmap scan report for 172.16.X.X
Host is up, received arp-response (2.5s latency).
MAC Address: XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX (Raspberry Pi Trading)
When I click on the Advanced Button, I don't get the link to proceed to the site... Suggestions?
I tried in Chrome and Brave.
Sorry about this! Browsers are unfortunately uncooperative with TLS for local devices.
Can you try the steps here?