Well, I am running node-RED on my local machine.
I can access node-RED easily from other devices, but I have a problem: it is common for the router to assign my machine (pc with win 10) from time to time dynamic ip addresses.
When this happens, I have to check the new ip to access node-RED again, a repetitive task that I believe is unnecessary.
I was wondering: wouldn't there be a way to mask the dynamic ip with a local DNS address? I believe that even if the numerical address changes, I can access the application by the DNS address.
Would it be like, or would it be my illusion?
Thanks for the help.