And so can the rest of the world.
Worked fine on my mirror on a Pi3B. Just had to remove some of the final commas from the config
The reason why “/24” works
A couple different threads state to add /24 to the end of the IP address. (I’ve put a couple of those up before doing some research too). While this will indeed allow your network devices access to your magic mirror, it will also allow any device with an IPv4 based address access to your mirror (obviously your router would need to be configured to allow this).
This “/24” in IPv6 CIDR allows 20,282,409,603,651,670,423,947,251,286,016 different IP addresses access. (IPv4’s total addresses are 4,294,967,296).
If you’d like to learn more or have different sub-netting needs, I found this page useful.
I don’t ageee with that. 18.104.22.168/24 is everything in the 192.168.1.x range, nothing more nothing less. If it allows more than this is a massive flaw/security risk.
If you want to allow your own subnet then just look at your subnet mask and use google to get the CIDR
Can you confirm the get URL to hide and show all?
We’ve just started using Dash.by - which is an app that connects to a bluetooth OBD device in our car. I have no idea how to right this stuff, but it would be great if we could have a ‘Petrol’ meter for the Mirror - a bit like ‘signal’ level on the iPhone I guess!