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Bitbucket Service bind to IPV6 instead of IPV4

Hi,

 

I installed the evaluation version of bitbucket on RHEL 7, followed the instructions to the T. I can access http://localhost:7900 without any problem.

But When I try to access it from remote server to complete the setup, I couldn't. After spending some time on debugging I found out that Bitbucket service is bind to IPV6 

# netstat -an | grep 7990
tcp6 0 0 :::7990 :::*

 

 

Some other things :

 

1) I can't browse from installed server since it doesn't have GUI mode enabled. So I have to access it from remote window server or same subnet.

 

2) Firewall service on the server is disabled.

 

 

How do I bind to IPV4 ? I couldn't find any config file or anything to make it work.

 

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I am having the same problem.  Has anyone found a solution for this issue?

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