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This site can’t be reached refused to connect. Try: Checking the connecti

This site can’t be reached refused to connect.


I Literally stuggled with this error for 2-3 hrs. 
Confluence Migration is done successfully. Then after I have copied theplugins, updated httpd.conf, server.xml files and placed ssl certificates in necessary paths.
I am not sure where it went wrong. It should be something very precise i might be missing.
Could anyone suggest me the way forward. (Looks like sometimes we need to follow the steps in sequence)
Please help.

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Jun 24, 2017

You say "Confluence migration is done successfully", but then follow it with a load of stuff that is part of the migration.  Did you check that Confluence was usable locally after you first started it?

What do the log files say?

Connection refused usually means your network is blocking something though.  Can you reach Confluence locally on the server?


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