Admin access hosed after power outage
For almost a year I've been running a KiwiSDR/BBAI which is devoted to supporting WsprDaemon. From my laptop using wifi on the same network, I could connect as admin at http://192.168.1.123:8073/admin, and also connect to the single unallocated radio receiver (used for testing purposes) at http://192.168.1.123:8073.
Today we had a power outage for a couple of hours. When power came back up, I restarted the wsprdaemon Linux host, and soon found that wspr spots were being posted normally on the external public archive site.
I also find that I can still connect to the KiwiSDR normally as a user at http://192.168.1.123:8073.
However, if I try to connect as admin at http://192.168.1.123:8073/admin, I see an error from the KiwiSDR:
"No admin password set. Can only connect from same local network as Kiwi.Client ip = 192.168.1.245"
I think that when I was initially setting up and testing the KiwiSDR/BBAI it may have had a local ip address of 192.168.1.245, but for a long time since then it's been 192.168.1.123. In any event, I'd think it would recognize me as being on the same local network, as I can access the KiwiSDR as a user at 192.168.1.123.
Any suggestion on how I can restore admin access to the KiwiSDR when I need to access it from my local laptop via wifi?