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Problem using remote front panels on parallels

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I am using LabVIEW for windows using parallels on my mac. Whenever I make a website using remote front panels the website address ends up satrtiing with 10.211.55.3, which is the parallels network IP. For example the wesite URL created was http://10.211.55.3:8000/add.html. If I use LabVIEW using bootcamp on my mac i get a valid URL starting with the IP address of the computer. I can then access this website from another computer and successfully control my VI.

 

So my questions is.... does anyone know of a way I can use LabVIEW using parallels on my mac and make a valid website using remote front panels. 

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Hi Maddie,

 

I am not familiar with Mac, but I believe Parallels acts as a virtual machine and Boot Camp let you install Windows OS on a Mac; hence the different IP address. One thing I can think of is to make sure the Web Server is enabled. To launch the configuration from LabVIEW, select Tools -> Options -> Web Server -> Configure Web Application Server.

 

I think it is also worth a try to contact Parallels and see what they think.

 

Ren H.
Applications Engineering
National Instruments
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Thank you for your response. After trying many things I have figured it out. You can go to parallels "configure" settings, go to "hardware" then "network". Where it says "source" change it to "Wi-Fi".
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