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Can I access Stash from outside network?

Adam Sheridan Jun 16, 2012

Hello,

I've installed Stash on my VPS (running CentOS 6) but when I try to gain access to it via IP:7990 nothing seems to load. I'm assuming this is because iptables isn't set up correctly to forward the port? Can anybody confirm? If not, how can I allow access?

Thanks

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Seb Ruiz Atlassian Team Jun 18, 2012

Stash runs within Tomcat and by default listens on port 7990 on all interfaces - however I cannot hypothesise why your setup is not working as I am not familiar with your VPS configuration. Presumably you are correct in thinking your port forwarding is not working.

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Valerio Mario Casale Feb 16, 2013

I had the same problem and i solved simply changing the port on <atlassian_stash_directory>/conf/server.xml

search for 7990 and change in 8080. It seems ok

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DanielU Sep 24, 2013

Well, if iptables are the problem you can always just open the port, to confirm run this command and copy paste the output:

iptables-save

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