connectivity failed after running perfectly for weeks

Google Home Integration was running quite nicely until yesterday.
Now it will not execute a single command.
I noticed this on the “Vera Concierge Local Server Configuration” page:
Concierge Server IP:
Java VM: 1.8.0_151
My local subnet is on 192.168.2.*
Is this correct? How would my local vera and the local Concierge server be able to talk to each other when not on the same subnet?
Connectivity check fails, I have temporarily disabled firewall / created exception for ports 8989 / 8998 to no avail.

reboot the box the CS is running on. it obviously grabbed the wrong IP. Is it in a VM of something?

i tried rebooting a few times. No change.
Is your VC server IP in the range of the same sub net as your router? My VC server is on win10, no vm.
This in the log: Read timed out Read timed out at Method) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at Source) at com.rtsservices.veraconnect.access.VeraGateway.URLConnection( at com.rtsservices.veraconnect.access.VeraGateway.URLRequest( at com.rtsservices.veraconnect.access.UI6Gateway$UI6VeraAccess.URLRequest( at com.rtsservices.veraconnect.access.LocalRemoteManager.URLRequest( at com.rtsservices.veraconnect.access.UI6Gateway$UI6VeraAccess.FetchURL( at com.rtsservices.conciergeserver.CSWebContainer.CheckConnectivity( at com.rtsservices.conciergeserver.CSWebContainer.LegalCmd( at com.rtsservices.conciergeserver.CSWebContainer.handle( at org.simpleframework.http.socket.service.RouterContainer.handle( at org.simpleframework.http.core.RequestDispatcher.dispatch( at at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(Unknown Source) at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$ Source) at Source)

Well, it must be grabbing that IP from somewhere or it is set statically on the server.
My devices are all on the same subnet.