Your point is well taken about adding my insight for Shakers and perhaps yourself. I am highly aware of this fact but the erratic behavior of my computer complicates any response. In fact, I have taken my shake out of service due to the ongoing behavior of my PC.
I’ll try to clarify. As I previously wrote, I tried connecting to the RS using several addresses including “http://rs.local.” NONE of these attempts opened the Config Page. Each attempt would not connect and give messages that such a connection would be “unsafe” or the connection was “refused.” As you can tell from this lengthy message, I have tried searching Google, tried MS Edge, a second desktop computer connected to the same LAN, and was unsuccessful.
I use Advanced IP Scanner software to identify my shake’s IP address which showed it to be RS Local at 10.183.1.192. On a hunch that that “might” be incorrect, I installed a second IP scanner program (MyLANviewer.) I gave the same IP address and name. It also showed another branch of its display which clicked on to see what it was. That opened the Config Page to my amazement and I completed the required input.
After doing this, I was able to open the Config page using http://rs.local without trouble. THEN, during another try to open the Config page, everything previously entered and entered on the page disappeared. It was completely as if nothing had ever been filled in. Then afterward, when I tried opening the page, I got the “refused” or “unsafe” messages.
Needless to say, I disconnected my shake and stored it away.
I am totally confounded as to the problem! This is a new PC with Windows 10 Pro installed and operating as expected for everything else. Sorry, that is not a happy ending, but I am at a total loss. I am not a Bonofied Geek and have no idea what may be the glitch. Now, you understand that I cannot help any other Shakers.