I’ve a couple ‘newbie’ questions, I couldn’t find any related topics of the Node-Red or Epic forum pages.
We are setting up our first Epic system, I have a Win10 laptop connected and it all works fine. I’m trying to set up Node-Red for use and am trying to install the Node-Red nodes for Opto22. I am connected via Ethernet port 0 on the Epic directly to the internet, I can ping the Google server (188.8.131.52). The Node-Red package on the laptop is connected to the Epic via a hub on Ethernet port 1 at the internal IP of 172.25.0.9. But when I go to ‘Manage Palette’ it does not connect to the internet, it throws error’s ‘Failed to load node catalog. Check to browser console for more information’. I think Node-Red on the laptop does not see the internet connection on port 0 on the Epic? The laptop only has one Ethernet port, which is connected to the Epic port 1. I noticed the Epic firewall does not have a ‘Role’ for Node-Red, does it need one? Maybe disconnect the laptop from the Epic and plug into the internet and run Node-Red that way, would that work? I posted a similar question on the Epic forum as well. Thanks for the assistance. Dave