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I had to change the IP address of my Confluence server. Now I have a problem logging into the site.
It appears that the login page page is redirecting back to the old IP address and appending the following query string: "/login.action?os_destination=%2Findex.action&permissionViolation=true"
Can I manually change the default / base URL?
Thanks for any guidance.
I have run into a similar problem: restored Confluence using SQL dumps + home folder backup on another physical node that has different IP&hostname. Now I can not login with the following error: "Sorry, a network error occurred trying to log you in."
I checked the server.xml file and the address parameter is just not there... Has something changed since 2015? We are using Confluence 6.4.0.
Well, it turns out that I had to login as Confluence admin only and then it offered me to re-configure the server Base URL due to IP change. It worked. However I couldn't figure where this parameter is saved in the configuration files if had to do it manually.
I also goofed up with DNS settings on the new server so it is very likely that the other account (not admin) I was trying to use originally was failing to authenticate, cause LDAP server was set using a domain name in Confluence.
In any case, thank you for you reply Nic!
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