When I initially setup the hub, I was letting it use DHCP IP, and got assigned to 192.168.1.177.
Then after I tested adding some device, and confirmed I will use this and update it to an IP in my static IP range ( 192.168.1.40 ), everything seems working correctly too.
However, next I tries to register the hub so I can connect to cloud service, and the http://findmyhub.hubitat.com/ page only knows about the 192.168.1.177 IP, and I tried all three method and can't make it find my hub on 192.168.1.40.
I looked at the browser console, and it looks like only the "Local IP address scan" is actually trying to look at my local subnet. But even though I was able to view the logo image it tries to access in my browser ( http://192.168.1.40:8081/images/hubitat-logo.svg ) , the webpage was having issue getting a 200 response. It is throwing a CORS error due to the findmyhub site is using "strict-origin-when-cross-origin" policy but it is trying to load image from my local IP.. Did the CORS setting somehow changed? Else I can't figure out how this feature ever work in this config..
After all the technical info..
How do I update my hub's IP info from the find my hub page? I assume it is mapping either by the MAC address or Hub ID, but I can't seem to get the find my hub to update that IP address just using the website? It looks like some info is already stored in some DB on the server side and I can't use the find my hub page to update that info.
If I need to get in contact with a support person.. how do I reach them?