why can not I have a IOT device readable on the same router displayed on this browser ?
10.224.219.149 "This website does not supply ownership information" "Have I visited this website prior to today ? Yes 2,515 times" Is this website storing information on my computer - No Have I saved any passwords for this website - No." Technical Details : Connection Not Encrypted. The website 10.224.219.149 does not support encryption for the page you are viewing. Information sent over the Internet (this is INTRANET now internet) without encryption can be seen by other people while it is in transit. " NOT this is Intranet - inside only. Internet of things box within this building only. The Raspberry Pi on the IOT device isn't smart like a cell phone or an ?icebox ? or other internet devices in the house. https://www.brennan.co.uk/
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The info you posted doesn't show anything that would prevent yo from accessing this device. This merely means that you can access the device (IP) via a secure connection, but are using an open HTTP connection. current Firefox releases warn you when you access a website via an http:// URL.
Firefox 51+ will mark HTTP connections with a padlock with a strike through and shows "Connection is Not Secure" if you click the padlock icon at the left end of the location/address bar.
Previous archived threads by the OP about this subject: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1205115 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1243439
Same problem but no fixes. Between Mozilla and Microsoft both kill pages it is hard to tell who did what. I approve all updates but Microsoft installs some by their own selves. 10.224.219.149 is a internal to this router only. 10. means LOCAL. The wireless comes in on the 1G speed wifi and goes to the router processor. Then it is routed to my tower. All within the Faraday cage of this metal building. I am not aware of a router software change or by whom. I can believe that happened. I can believe MS is at the root of this evil. No one is helping or is responsible. The IOT device is like a cell phone. It connects wireless but then it goes to the outside world. The IOT device stays in and I have accessed it 2515 times and it is constantly being attacked by someone . It does not store anything (other than the real time webpage) (your tool says No) and I have no saved passwords. It is created by the company and the file is downloaded. The webpage is provided data by a raspberry Pi computer. No terminal on the unit except a scrolling data window and buttons. The web page allowed editing, selection, deletion and other functions.
The screenshot shows that Firefox can connect to that IP address.
Does Firefox load any content if you check this in the Network Monitor ?
10.224.219.149 is one of 50 router connections this 1T B router has. It is a Linksys. It leaves one room to the wireless antenna on the modem, through the controller CPU and out a NIC connector for my tower. It NEVER leaves this building or never goes out the other two Routers on this Internal Internet (intranet). So it doesn't have to check some outside source for registry - It is forever local and no one but my computer can get to it. And those that don't understand the internet or intranet - 10 is an internal router number. If it were 192.xx.x.xx that would be an outside site. 10 is like your cell phone, Ice box, lap top, weather station and many other IOT set top boxes like my Smart 4K TV and others.