As said above, if you want to access pages on your local network via the Tor Browser you can't by default - why not, and why it isn't an option in the main configuration, is beyond me!
How to Fix:
- Type in to the address bar "about:config" - ignore the quotes!
- Type "network.proxy.no_proxies_on" in to the search bar.
- Click on the pen icon and copy / paste the following in to the blank box:
"localhost, 127.0.0.1, 192.168.0.0/24" - again without the quotes!
- Hit Enter/Return
Tor will be disabled for everything inside your local network but still work in the big, bad, world!
192.168.0.0/24 - will disable Tor assuming the local IP addresses assigned by your router are of the form 192.168.0.x
If this is not the case you will need to swap this value for the one your router does provide, eg:
If 192.168.1.x then 192.168.1.0/24, and so on.
Do take care not to get cute and try to expand the range too much. Any address you 'disable' is disabled everywhere.
As a point of security most/many routers assign LAN addresses in the form 192.168.0.x or 192.168.1.x The result is 'naughty' software looks for these IP addresses when trying to do 'naughty' things. It's not a bad idea at all to reconfigure your router for another less commonly used address range, eg: 10.55.101.x or whatever, and if possible set it to automatically reboot once a week at a time when a reboot won't matter.