Just got my RS 4D and a Pi 3 model B – my first ever Pi project! I assembled per: https://youtu.be/4weBqaMND5M, connected it hardwired to network, and fired it up per: https://youtu.be/lYJZDxUOqX4. All the blinky lights looked good.
But if I browse to http://raspberryshake.local:5000/, I get: " This site can’t be reached raspberryshake.local refused to connect"
Then I found rs.local on your web instructions and tried that. That gives me a 100% blank browser window.
Finally, I snuck my way in by going to my router admin page, looking at my device map, finding my RS 4D at http://192.168.1.159/, and browsing there. Hooray!
That works, but why doesn’t the rs.local alias work?
I’m running Chrome on Windows 10, with both my computer and the RS on wired connections, thru a Linksys WRT AC3200 router and a Dell PowerConnect gigabit switch. I’ve tried rebooting my router. I’ve tried using Edge and I.E. instead of Chrome. Still no joy.
Help, please! Thanks,
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