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    can't connect to web server

    I am using homeseer connect and have been able to access my home page until recently. no i get this message. Script Error:
    File not found: C:\Program Files\HomeSeer HS2\html\http://garycc.myh

    As stated I don't find this html file in the folder. Thanks for any help.

    Gary

    #2
    That file isn't part of HomeSeer connect. Are there any errors in the log file besides that? Has your license expired?
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      #3
      No my licence is only a couple of months old. Is there any way to check if homeseer is still forwarding my homepage?

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        #4
        When your HSConnect attempts to updater are there any errors in the HS log file?

        What is your routers current IPAddress?
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          #5
          my current local ip is 192.168.1.106. I get a MS can not connect page. I can logon with localhost/conf. when i log on with the ip, I get Script Error:
          File not found: C:\Program Files\HomeSeer HS2\html\http://garycc.myh

          I also had Jonn's buildpage working but get the same errors now. I have a port in my router opened. Thanks, again.

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            #6
            That's your local lan ipaddress. What is your WAN (routers) ipaddress?
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              #7
              75.0.248.232

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                #8
                If you ping your my homeseer connect name it returns the ipaddress you listed. What port are you running HomeSeer on? I tried adding port 81 and was able to connect to xPander so the name is working you just need to add the port to the name.
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                  #9
                  that's what is strange. I'mm using 80 and nothing else in using that port. it is open in the router.

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                    #10
                    Must be a firewall issue then. Do you have port 80 allowed in the Windows firewall?
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