Hi everyone, I just wanted to share the mini dock case I whipped up this last week. I've printed off a couple so far and they've turned out pretty decent.
@crispyoz that was exactly it! I had forgotten to tell the app to run in production mode so it was only listening on localhost. Thanks for the great tips!
@crispyoz sorry for the confusion. By port 80 I meant the webserver that runs by default on the Omega to show you the web UI with the settings and terminal apps, etc.
I'm trying to keep my Ruby sinatra server running on port 4567, no forwarding.
I think you're on the right about it being bound to the wrong ip. I'll dig in to that. Thanks again!
@crispyoz ok, stopped the firewall and it made no difference. Pulling up the page still shows that it can't be reached. Nmap still shows port 4567 closed.
Is there another firewall running? I didn't see any rules anywhere allowing port 80 for the web interface.
@crispyoz great idea! It's been a long time since I've done any firewall troubleshooting!
It's the original omega running firmware 0.1.4 (b330)
Finally decided to make use of my original omega and the relay expansion last night, and thru a lot a of trial and error squeazed a Ruby sinatra app in to the disk memory constraints.
Now the server is running, on port 4567, but it's inaccessible on my local network.
I've added this rule to /etc/firewall.user and restarted the firewall but so far it's not working:
iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 4567 -j ACCEPT
@Rudy-Trujillo i'm using mine roughly 25-30 feet from the AP , as a WiFi range extender till my battery dock comes, and it seems just fine. Not sure how much extra range I could get but I also live in a brick row home so signal is pretty bad in general.
@Anders-Öster I thought the expansion dock and battery dock were the same size. If that's the case there's a couple options: http://www.thingiverse.com/search?q=onion+omega&sa=
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