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Hi Friends,
I have installed weblogic,and I can see the homepage when I do this:
http://localhost:7001

But I do not see the homepage,if I replace it with the I.P, i.e.:
http://10.11.12.45:7001


And I know there's nothing wrong with the ip,as other servers work fine with that.So,where can i change the configuration in weblogic so that it starts recognizing the ip as tomcat does.

Thanks
 
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Try making an entry of your IP in hosts file.
On my machine hosts file is present in this location : C:\WINNT\system32\drivers\etc
 
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Hi,
I have a linux machine,so can you please tell me where to make the entry in linux.
Thanks
 
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I have a linux machine,so can you please tell me where to make the entry in linux.



/etc/hosts

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