I setup a local Blynk server on a Raspberry Pi and got it running and created a new login account. I’m having issues connect to the hardware now. I turned on the
#define BLYNK_DEBUG and this is the output I get from the console:
/ _ )/ /_ _____ / /__ / _ / / // / _ \/ '_/ /____/_/\_, /_//_/_/\_\ /___/ v0.5.1 on Teensy 3.5  Connecting to SSID  AT version:188.8.131.52(Jul 1 2016 20:04:45) SDK version:184.108.40.206(39cb9a32) Ai-Thinker Technology Co. Ltd. Dec 2 2016 14:21:16 OK  +CIFSR:STAIP,"192.168.1.105" +CIFSR:STAMAC,"XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX"  Connected to WiFi  <[02|00|01|00] THIS PART PRINTS MY AUTH TOKEN  <[02|00|01|00] THIS PART PRINTS MY AUTH TOKEN...
I’m on the same wifi as the raspberry pi and input the local IP address on my
Blynk.begin(auth, wifi, ssid, pass, "192.168.1.140");
I’m also a little confused about which port I should be using. Currently I’m using 9443 but I saw in videos they used 8443 and others. Should I also be specifing the 9443 port in the
Here are the ports from the server.properties file:
#hardware mqtt port hardware.mqtt.port=8440 #hardware ssl port hardware.ssl.port=8441 #http, plain web sockets and plain hardware port http.port=8080 #secured https, web sockets and app port https.port=9443 #application ssl port app.ssl.port=8443 #address to bind to. by default bounded to all interfaces listen.address=
I’m trying to connect to a Teensy 3.5 with ESP8266 wifi controller but haven’t been able to connect yet.