I am working though the ESP32 Web Server module, and doing the LED control example. It seems to work fine connecting to the WiFi and giving me an IP Address, but when I go to the address, I get a “This site can’t be reached” error, saying that the Address took too long to respond. I tried using both Firefox and Chrome and had the exact same thing happen. I’m new to WiFi stuff, so I’m not sure how to proceeded.
Having your ESP32 plugged to your computer and the serial monitor still open (after your see the ESP32 IP address being printed).
What does the ESP32 print in the serial monitor after entering the IP address in your web browser?
I’m not sure if it’s crashing or something…
Thanks for your quick response.
After the wifi connects and I get the IP Address nothing further is printed on the serial monitor. It doesn’t change when I enter the IP address on my web browser.
- Is your ESP connected to the same router as your computer web browser?
- Is the ESP relatively close to the router to establish a stable connection?
- What’s the web browser that you are using? (Can you try in a different one?)
- Can you power the ESP with an external power supply or power bank? (Wait a few seconds while it connects and launches the web server, then open the IP address in your web browser)…
Just trying to figure out what’s missing, because if it’s printing the IP address it looks like it’s working and connecting to your router…