If you can't connect to a host in your local network on iOS / iPadOS, make sure that Termius has the 'Local Network' permission:
- Navigate to the iOS / iPadOS settings.
- Find and tap Termius in the list of apps at the bottom.
- Turn on Local Network.
If that permission is disabled, it won't be possible to connect to hosts in local networks.
Here's more information on the 'Local Network' permission: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211870.
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