I type the ip but the page stays blank
You are missing the port.
That looks better. Now make sure you have opened port 14002. Please keep in mind that localhost or 127.0.0.1 is not the same as your internal lan ip. You might be running the dashboard on localhost only.
sudo docker ps
Ok now it appears and the docker container is running but the dashboard continues without working
What does the docker container say? Do you even have the dashboard enabled to connect to?
Did you enable a firewall on the pi? Are you trying to connect to the dashboard on a local network?
I’m on a local network. No I didn’t put any firewall
Please, try this command:
curl -L localhost:14002/api/sno
On the Raspberry Pi:
- Become root with a shell:
- Ensure the docker image is running:
- Check to make sure the port is open for listening:
netstat -ln |grep 14002
- Check iptables rules for correct docker rule set:
Everything looks good from the Raspberry Pi side…
Just one thing left to check…
- Sanity check the IP address of the Pi:
- And check routes for good measure:
And make sure it’s the same as what you’re putting in your browser… and make sure you are connecting across the same LAN subnet rather than WAN or a different LAN subnet.
If all that checks out… then there’s got to be some router and/or host configuration issue on the connecting client.
look what it says when i try to open the terminal dashboard
sudo docker exec -it storagenode /app/dashboard.sh
Cannot connect to the Docker daemon at unix:///var/run/docker.sock. Is the docker daemon running?
Please, try to do:
sudo systemctl restart docker