On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 12:10 AM, Jeff Arnold je...@gmail.com wrote:
Hopefully this is a very straight forward question, with an answer just as
I have a ERPNext server running on a stand alone machine, the machine is
running CentOs, the Erpnext is working great on the server, the server has
two nics on board,
One is to the outside world so the box can be managed, it has an internal ip
address of 192.168.10.123
The other goes to our internal network running on 192.168.1.123, the Windows
server is sitting on 192.168.1.2, and there are then local machines to it…
ErpNext works by entering 192.168.1.123 or 192.168.10.123 into firefox on
the CentOs box
From the windows machines I can ping the CentOs box, but cannot get the
ERPNext to work across the network,
I have read lots on this subject, but no definitive, you must do this for
this to work.
So over to you is there a simple answer, or is it long and convoluted,
either way I need to get this to work, I have full admin rights to both
Can you try to make nginx listen on the public ip using
in yout nginx config?
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