Changing the server listening ip address

How to configure a server to listen on a specific ip address?

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Bitbucket 5.0 or newer, set it in bitbucket.properties:

server.address=192.168.10.10

Bitbucket 4.0 or newer, set it in server.xml:

<Connector 
    port="8080" 
    protocol="HTTP/1.1" 
    address="192.168.10.10"

 For more information:

Migrate server.xml customizations to bitbucket.properties (confluence.atlassian.com).

Under "Migration reference table" click on the "Show me the table..." link and then scroll (all the way!) to the right in the table.

 

And don't forget to try my add-on!  ;-)   Bit-Booster - Rebase / Squash 

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Do you mean your server has several IP addresses it is bound to and you only want the system to listen on one of them?  (I would reach for a firewall over application config for that)

Yes, my server has several IP addresses and I want to bound bitbucket to listen on one of them.

I don't believe Bitbucket has a setting to allow you to do that on the server side.  You will need to set up a firewall on that machine that blocks access over the IP addresses you don't want to have it available on.

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