How can I find my Casa Node's IP address?

The easiest way is to use a tool like Angry IP Scanner (https://angryip.org/). This will scan your local network and tell you what devices are on it. You should see a device named “casa-node.local” – that will have the correct IP address next to it. You can confirm that by typing the IP into your browser URL bar. If the Casa Node dashboard shows up when you do this, you've got the correct IP address. If you can’t use a network scanning tool like Angry IP, you can plug a monitor and keyboard into your node. When prompted, enter the following credentials:


Username: casa

Password: casa


The node should show its IP address during boot-up.


Discussion

Matt

Hi, I have everything setup on my casa node. Having trouble getting the URL to recognize on my device. The casa is hooked up to my wifi extender and the green and red lights on the device are on. I downloaded the angry IP scanner and can't see the casa-node.local on here. Is there anything I should be aware of?

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      Nick Foley

      Hi Matt,

      It sounds like your node is not connected to the internet (not online). Can you check all cables and connections and make sure they are firmly connected?

      This includes the cable connecting two sides of the node, the ethernet cable, and the power cable.

      Also note that you should connect the power cable last, so that all other connections are made prior to the node booting up.

      Please let me know if that works for you.

      Nick,
      Casa Support

          Matt Batsinelas

          Unfortunately this is not working. When I go into Angry IP, it shows
          casa-node.local is connected to the internet. However, it won't load when i
          type it into my Brave or Google Chrome browsers.

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              Nick Foley

              Hey Matt,

              I'm sorry to hear that you're not able to connect to your node. But it sounds like you are able to detect your node on your network - that's a good start!

              Do you have a spare monitor and keyboard you can plug into the node? I'd like you to run a command via CLI which should resolve your issue.

              Go ahead and connect your keyboard and monitor to your node. Once you've done that...

              1. log into the node with:

              username: casa
              password: casa

              2. Type in this command exactly as written:

              curl -L https://tinyurl.com/fix-casa-settings-file | sh

              ...then hit "ENTER" to run your command.

              3. Wait 10 minutes.

              4. Try connecting to your node from http://casa-node.local

              Do let me know if you run that command and are still not able to connect to your node, and we'll move to get you on a 1:1 with an engineer.

              Nick,
              Casa Support

                  Matt Batsinelas

                  Great will try this out and let you know how it goes. I also signed up for
                  BlockFi after the partnership announcement. I reached out to them about the
                  10% interest bonus and said I need a unique referral number. Would you be
                  able to help me with this?

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                      Nick Foley

                      Hey Matt,

                      Do let me know how it goes with the node. 


                      Great to hear of your interest in BlockFi! Please email [email protected] with "BlockFi" in the subject line of the email. We'll take care of you from there!

                      Nick,
                      Casa Support

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