Changed Base URL and now can't connect.

I installed Confluence 4.3.5 on a Windows & system with a PostgreSQL 9.0.11 DB. Everything worked fine as localhost:8090. I changed the Base URL from the Admin panel in the UI (https://seanswiki.dyndns-wiki.com). Now I can't seem to connect at all. What do I do? What I want when I finish is a URL of https://seanswiki.dyndns-wiki.com (port 443?).

Can you help me with some step-by-step instructions?

What files do I need to modify? Where are they located? What elements in the files?... etc??

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My internet host at home is ATT U-verse and they use a 2-wire gateway which has it's on firewall. Turns out that what I needed to do was poke a port 80 hole for my server machine. Once I did that everything was fine.

When you install Confluence on a server at home and it's behind an ATT gateway/firewall make sure that you have opened the appropriate port(s) on the firewall. Some firewalls may require that you open the port(s) for a specific machine (internal IP address).

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Hi. Your confluence still responds on localhost:8090 right? I wonder why you use a dyndns. You host your confluence at home ? You will need a vhost or proxy config to tell the webserver where to route the request and make your confluence answer to it
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In order to access Confluence via https, you have to edit the server.xml to connect to 8443.

Please refer this document

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Thanks for all the great answers. However, none of them were the solution.

My internet host at home is ATT U-verse and they use a 2-wire gateway which has it's on firewall. Turns out that what I needed to do was poke a port 80 hole for my server machine. Once I did that everything was fine.

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