Posted this in xDrip+, but no one could help there. @fjungman
I've been through all the debugging steps in OpenAPS and read through months worth of posts here. I'm getting a rest API message that says it cannot reach the OpenAPS rig for offline data. The system was working good at my kid's university, then stopped with no change (he doesn't touch the settings himself). xDrip+ shows good BG data from his G6, and OpenAPS is sending pump data to NS. No BG data is getting to NS or the rig. I've checked the tethering is working (it has to, as the rig does not have WiFi setup here at home). It is trying to contact the APS on port 5000, which should not have changed. I updated NS last night, the behavior is identical across three OpenAPS Edison rigs, which kinda eliminates them, and have rebooted everything until the buttons are ready to fall off. It seems OpenAPS's internal BG database is not getting data from xDrip+, which matches the messages I see. The BT PAN IP address of the phone is 192.168.44.1, and xDrip+ is trying to send to 192.168.44.2, which should be correct, and I did try .3, .4 and .5 to be safe, but same result. Is port 5000 still correct?
Message is "Unable to do REST API Download java.net.ConnectException: Failed to connect to /192.168.44.2:5000 Failed to connect to /192.168.44.2:5000 url: http://<apisecret>@192.168.44.2:5000/api/v1/"
Phone is Samsung S7 Edge is the phone.