I recently buy a new domain name (but keep the same server and IP), and I try to make crucible reachable to a subdomain, in order to avoid the address with the port in it.
So I change the config.xml, but whatever I change in it, it listen to 8060.
I also try to add letsencrypt certificate on crucible.
Hi @Denis Jean,
I assume you are hosting it at your company and you will probably have a dynamic IP address from your Internet Service Provider.
So, first you need a fixed IP address.
Secondly, you will have to get your local address of your proxy server / computer fixed.
Then you have to open the port needed on your router, this is depending on how your bindings are on your proxy server.
You will also have to configure Fisheye to run behind the proxy.
If you are using a local firewall you might need to configure it as well.
Then you should be able to navigate to the hostname from a remote computer and reach your website.
I hope this helps!
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