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I can't register Bamboo remote agent Edited

As I understand it, Bamboo requires access to 8085 and 54663 ports.

From my virtual server, where I want to create my remote agent and try to install a remote agent using the official instructions, I cannot access my server where Bambo is installed.

Checking the Bamboo server, I realized that he was not listening to port 54663 and I cannot understand why. What could be the reason if the Bamboo server does not handle incoming connections on this port?

My error is:

Broker URI: tcp://my_host_name:54663?wireFormat.maxInactivityDuration=300000 is invalid: java.net.UnknownHostException: my_host_name

In addition, based on this article:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamkb/troubleshooting-remote-agents-216957427.html

When performing telnet commands to my server on ports 8085 and 54663 of Bambo, I also could not get access already from a remote virtual machine with the error "Could not open connection to this host on port 8085: Connection failed".

When launching remote agents in the Bamboo log, there is a mention that the deployment of the agent has started on my server, but the registration does not end successfully.

2 answers

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I solved this problem. The problem was network access and availability of DNS

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edwin Community Leader Dec 05, 2018

Hi @Никита Масловский,

The issue is my_host_name

java.net.UnknownHostException: my_host_name

I replaced the real name with my_host_name

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