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Blynk: How to install a private local server on Raspberry Pi 3 (unlimited energy, test Wemos DHT22)


christophe
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Blynk is a very popular open source project. The development of Blynk was supported by a participatory Kickstarter fundraising campaign in 2015. Blynk consists of libraries (Arduino, ESP8266, Nodejs for Raspberry Pi ...) and a mobile application on iOS and Android. It is very easy to create connected objects or to control objects remotely (lighting,…

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 Fvparg Mth
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hello, I have a problem, I follow the steps as they are, but when trying to enter the web
https://IP_BLINK_SERVER:9443/admin (in the guide it says 7443 but in the configuration it is like 9443) it says the connection is not private, it also enters and ends in that the page is not found.
What can be? Should we open the port in some way from the raspberry?

From already thank you very much.

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Hello Mth. Did you restart the serve after update the configuration ?

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