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toch01
I have installed the RPM on a RedHat 7 VM.
I am able to bring up http://locahost:8081/artifactory/webapp/home.html?0
directly on the server. However I am receiving a page not displayed when
attempting to access the
http://[hostname/IP]:8081/artifactory/webapp/home.html?0 from my local
computer. [hostname/IP] refers to the actual server hostname and FQDN, I
have also tried with the server IP.

I have SELinux disabled and iptables is disabled.
HTTPD is running, if that makes a difference.
I do not know what else to check at this point and any help would be greatly
appreciated.



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Re: Page Not Displayed for Artifactry URL

HughG_TMVSE
Hi To Chuong(?),

check {artifactory_dir}/tomcat/conf/server.xml to see if the <Connector/> elements have an address attribute, like this:

                <Connector port="8081" address="127.0.0.1" />

If it has the address attribute, tomcat will only allow connections from that address -- in the above case, from the local machine.  If you remove the address, it will allow connections from anywhere.

In our setup, Tomcat only allows local connections, and we have Apache in front of it, using AJP to pass requests through to Tomcat.

Hope that helps,

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Subject: [Artifactory-users] Page Not Displayed for Artifactry URL

I have installed the RPM on a RedHat 7 VM.
I am able to bring up http://locahost:8081/artifactory/webapp/home.html?0
directly on the server. However I am receiving a page not displayed when attempting to access the
http://[hostname/IP]:8081/artifactory/webapp/home.html?0 from my local computer. [hostname/IP] refers to the actual server hostname and FQDN, I have also tried with the server IP.

I have SELinux disabled and iptables is disabled.
HTTPD is running, if that makes a difference.
I do not know what else to check at this point and any help would be greatly appreciated.



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