Re: Prism problem on new computer
Whenever the "Start Local Server" dialog appears, the "Override Web Server (HTTP) port number" box is NOT checked. After reading your suggestion, I first tried the following experiment:
- Stopped the server.
- Clicked "Start Local Server..." in "Server Connection Status" dialog.
- Checked the "Override Web Server..." box (leaving the default port of 8000)
- Clicked "Start Server"
Used my iPhone via 3G to connect via Prism and surprise! It worked!
Then, as a test, I repeated the above, with one exception. The "Override Web Server..." box was again NOT checked, and I left it that way.
I could still connect via Prism! Cool... It appears that the default port had somehow gotten whacked along the way (?).
I then turned the OS X firewall back on and all was still good. All of this was on my old computer.
I moved the PowerLinc back to the new computer, and started Indigo, Here's the log:
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Apr 11, 2010 12:57:51 PM
Starting Indigo Server version 4.1.7
"device target attachment.scpt" script loaded
"group target attachment.scpt" script loaded
"growl attachment.scpt" script loaded
"iTunes attachment.scpt" script loaded
"scenes attachment.scpt" script loaded
"time stamp attachment.scpt" script loaded
Bonjour registered "Indigo - Kielian 2009-04-21"
Apr 11, 2010 12:57:54 PM
Connected to SmartHome PowerLinc USB E
PowerLinc address 08.A3.92, firmware version 2.13
PowerLinc standalone operation disabled
Indigo directly controlling automation logic
Error failed to create reflector connection: local server unreachable
Error check your Firewall and Network configurations and try restarting the server
Error reflector reconnection scheduled in 15 minutes
WebServer client authenticated
WebServer started on port 8000 -- digest authentication enabled
WebServer loaded plugin "Mini View by seaofclouds"
WebServer enabled browser access to plugin path "plugins/m/css"
WebServer enabled browser access to plugin path "plugins/m/images"
Apr 11, 2010 12:58:40 PM
Indigo Cocoa client authenticated
The Reflector connection failed and my Indigo Touch indicated "Reflector Connection Down".
I repeated the procedure above (including reactivation of the OS X firewall) and all is now working on the new computer!
Please note that I did initially perform all the Terminal steps (as outlined in an earlier post to this thread) but I did NOT repeat them as you suggested. It does seem that an internal setting somehow got itself hosed along the way and then was carried to the new computer.
Thanks for all your help!