To be able to connect to a server, the name of which ends with '.local', you device must support Multicast DNS (mDNS). It is supported by Apple devices, most Linux distributions and recent versions of Windows.
If you're not sure whether your device supports mDNS, please, contact our support and include the error message, which you're getting, in the support request.
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