I recently installed Twingate on my home laptop using docker. In the admin console on the laptop and the app on my android phone, it says connected. When I try to access my home computer from my phone it doesn’t work. Im not entirely sure what is supposed to happen, but my phone stays on the Twingate app showing the green connected dots. Any help is appreciated.
Do you mean that you just see “Twingate” and then a list of your defined resources with green dots?
If this is the case, you can leave the Twingate app, and you would need to download a remote desktop app for your phone, and use that to connect to your home computer via it’s local IP address or hostname (whichever you have defined as Twingate resources).
Thanks, the remote desktop app must be what I am missing. I didn’t realize I needed that. Is there one that works better than another with Twingate?
There should be no difference in performance regardless of which app you use. Microsoft makes one for both iOS and Android and that’s what I use myself.
So I tried multiple remote desktop apps and that didn’t help. The steps I took were to log into the Twingates app on my phone. Then I open the remote desktop app on the phone and enter the IP address that I have in the specific resource I want to access. My understanding is that if I have the IP address of my laptop I will be able to access the computer? As a side note I noticed the IP address listed under the command prompt is different than the one I am seeing when looking under ubuntu with ifconfig?