We have photonvision running on Windows on the Beelink PC. We plan to update to Ubuntu later, but wanted to get the Windows version working. We can connect to Photonvision.localhost:5800 when running directly in the Beelink; however, when we connect the Beelink PC to the robot we cannot access Photonvision.local:5800 (we also tried photonvision.localhost:5800 when connected to the robot just to be sure, but it didn’t change anything). We either get a DNS error or a cannot be reached error.
We are connected to the FRC radio wirelessly. We are connected through a switch, but we can navigate to our Rio from our laptop so we feel the network is working correctly. We have also tried connecting the laptop directly to the network switch via ethernet, but that has not worked either.
Oddly enough sometimes connecting and turning it on through the labview dashboard in frc game tools has helped us identify which ip the subnet has assigned when using a radio ( are you using one ? ). I believe there’s usually a specific range recommended for cameras .
Ran AngryIP and didn’t find any IP with port 5800. The only IP that showed a port was for the Rio. It did find an IP that says it is a desktop PC, which I assume is the Beelink; however, when I ping it the request times out, and I cannot navigate to the IP in a browser.
I tried a different ethernet cable, and also tried connecting the Beelink directly to the radio’s 2nd port, but neither of those changed anything.
Edited to add:
I tried doing a remote desktop connection to the PC that AngryIp found and didn’t have any luck.
Our IT guy came in and we finally got the photonvision to connect through the robot; however, now we cannot set a static IP address. We go to the network settings as instructed, but there is not an option to select staticIP.