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  • Hi, I configured the trail version of Crucible in my machine. Started the fisheye instance. i am able to access the fisheye from my machine. But from the remote machine i am not able to access.

Hi, I configured the trail version of Crucible in my machine. Started the fisheye instance. i am able to access the fisheye from my machine. But from the remote machine i am not able to access.

This is like i am able to access http://localhost:8060 from the machine on which fisheye is installed. But from the other machine with http://ipadrees:8060 i am not able to access. This is giving time up error. Thanks in advance fro any help.

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Hi Saritha,

Normally this should work, so it looks like a network issue or something like that.
Can you please try to ping the FishEye server IP from the machine where you're trying to access http://ipadrees:8060? Do you have a firewall in between? Maybe you should allow the port...

Also, what error do you see? Is it in the web interface or in the logs?

Kind regards,
Felipe Kraemer
Atlassian Support

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