Photon device compiled with 0.5.0 library. 0.5.1 not available. Removed from project and re-added but 0.5.0 is the only one there.
Running local server-0.33.0-java8.jar which was updated last night. After reboot Photon could not connect
Running Android client 2.19 with port 9443 and it connects to local server. But app has message that device is not connected.
Tried added default-port 8080 to device - nothing changed
Updated iptables no change.
Other Pi program using 80.
#hardware mqtt port
hardware.mqtt.port=8440 #hardware ssl port
hardware.ssl.port=8441 #hardware plain tcp/ip port
hardware.default.port=8442 #http and web sockets port
http.port=8080 #https and web sockets port
https.port=9443 #application ssl port
18:18:07.012 INFO - Found generated with Let’s Encrypt certificates.
18:18:07.906 INFO - Hardware SSL server listening at 8441 port.
18:18:07.910 INFO - Application server listening at 8443 port.
18:18:07.912 INFO - HTTP API and WebSockets server listening at 8080 port.
18:18:07.914 INFO - HTTPS API, WebSockets and Admin page server listening at 9443 port.
18:18:07.916 INFO - Mqtt hardware server listening at 8440 port.
Updated from server 0.32.2.jar. Rolled back to server-0.32.2.jar and everything works. So that confirmed the 0.33.0. jar was the problem.
proton with 0.5.0 lib
android with 2.19
local server back to 0.32.2
@Dmitriy, this will not work if put on top of the sketch. It gets overwritten by Blynkconfig.h. Why library doesn’t use the #ifndef statement as it does for other #defs? I had to change the port in BlynkConfig.h
What should I change after upgradeing the local server from 0.32.2. to 0.33.0?
I have one photon and several ESP8266 devices. No one is working after upgrade. If I revert to 0.32.2 every thing works fine.