I'm not able to access my node when I type casa-node.local into my browser.

If typing http://casa-node.local (note that you must type http, not https) into your browser doesn't take you to your node dashboard, you can also access your dashboard by typing your node's IP address directly into your browser. You can do this two ways:


1) Angry IP Scanner: https://angryip.org/  (Recommended)

Angry IP will scan your local network and tell you what devices are on it. You should see a device named "casa-node.local". Your node's IP address will be listed next to this. Type the IP address into your browser URL bar. If your Casa Node dashboard shows up, you've got the correct IP address.


2) Manual Search

For this, you'll need a way to plug your node directly into your monitor. You'll also need a keyboard to plug into your node. Once you plug the keyboard into your node and plug your node into your monitor, if prompted for credentials, enter the following:

username = casa

password = casa


Your node's IP address should show during boot-up.


Lastly, if you've created a custom URL for your Casa Node, you will not be able to access your dashboard.

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