I have installed Confluence 6.1.1 on Windows 2008 R2 Server using a Developer License obtained from my.atlassian.com from a production Commercial License.
Can someone confirm that this Confluence server can be accessed only from browsers running locally on the server? (I've opened server firewall ports 80 and 443.) This is the behavior I am observing.
Are there any other physical limitations/restrictions?
Thanks in advance.
Local connections no, Local users (no LDAP, ETC.) yes.
Adding more info:
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The technical contact for the license can generate a developer key by following these steps:
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Ah, okay. So I should be able to connect to the Confluence server from a remote browser.
Actually, I think I have a more basic setup problem.
I can login from a local browser, I can access the Confluence Administration pages, and I can save configuration changes.
However, whenever I try to create a new page, I can't save/publish it. I (consistently) get the error, "Unable to communicate with server. Saving is not possible at the moment.".
This is a brand-new install of 6.1.1. Storage is remote MSSQL 2014 R2 database.
This community post explains that Collaborative Editing is the culprit. I checked the atlassian-synchrony.log and found a bind address-in-use exception. Disabling Collaborative Editing works around the saving problem. Next step is changing Collaborative Editing to a different port, as explained here.
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