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I finally got around to using my OpenScope for the first time. I've installed the Diligent agent and have gone through updating the firmware and calibrating. I am able to take measurements and everything appears fine. So, I decided to try the Wi-Fi. I configured it for my network and when I power it with a USB wall charger, it appears to connect and gets an IP address on my network. LED #4 (blue) is lit solid. LED #3 (green) is blinking about once a second, and LED #2 (orange) is blinking about once every 5 seconds. When I open a browser and go to that IP address (192.168.0.15), the browser is redirected to http://waveformslive.com/. When I attempt to add it as a network device, I get "No Response Received". This happens whether I use the IP address or the hostname. I'm using a Windows 10 PC and the Edge browser. 
 
What am I doing wrong?
 

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For grins, I decided to try connecting it to my Samsung S8 smart phone. It connected and I was able to add the device with no issues. I figured out from reading some of the posts that the LED's blink the last octet of the IP address. In this case, the IP address was 192.168.43.152.

So, the OpenScope appears to be working fine over Wi-Fi, but for whatever reason, I can't add it from my PC. Any ideas why this is?

 

 

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Okay, so I tried a different browser on my PC. I used Google Chrome and I can add the device without any issue. So, is there an issue with Edge that prevents it from being used?

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Hi,

It looks like Edge is blocking requests to local network IP addresses. I made a github issue for it here: https://github.com/Digilent/waveforms-live/issues/40

It sounds like it could be either an http instead of an https problem or could have something to do with Edge settings regarding page requests to addresses on your local network.

Fortunately, it seems to work with the Digilent Agent. In the mean time, I would continue to use Chrome, FireFox, or Safari to connect to network devices.

Thanks,
Dharsan

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