if it possible to past from a localhost to a remote? I need to display on the internet some documents and every anonymous user can reach them.
When I try the trial version, I choose the url of my Confluence webspace etc, I need something like this.
Ok, but I'd like to clarify what you are thinking of when you say "migrate".
I don't think you mean "migrate" in the usual meaning? That is "take content from my local server and migrate it on to an internet facing server".
Assuming you don't mean "migrate", then a "localhost" server is already ready to serve the content up over the network, but you need to make it available from that server. That would mean some networking config to make a name available for it (if you didn't want to use just the ip address), and giving the users a route to it from the outside.
A lot of people use a proxy to do that - The service runs on your machine, working on the simple ip address of your machine and on a couple of ports (8090 and 8091 are the defaults for confluence). You then have a proxy server that listens to the network (and internet) on <servername> and port 80. It can be set up such that when stuff arrives on something like <servername>/confluence, it proxies the request and response over to aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd:8080/confluence on your confluence server.
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