Space links broken in Space Directory

I just reinstalled confluence. The confluence before my current installation was completely blank. When I click on Spaces -> Space Directory and then select a space from that view, it brings me an unable to connect to localhost:8090, but if I switch localhost:8090 with the address (example 10.127.102.60:8090) it goes to the space just fine. Once I have visited the space like this, if I hover over spaces then I see the space in "Recent Spaces" and from there the link works.

I have tried restarting confluence via the suggestion of another thread I found via google, but that did not help. 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated, and thank you in advanced

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Were you able to address this? I am having a similar problem with the links in my space directory, they point at localhost. If I edit the address and replace it with my actual hostname they work fine, but I don't know how to tell confluence to stop using localhost. 

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