I’m trying to evaluate Octopus Deploy and have run into a major roadblock. I’ve searched high and low and cannot find the answer.
How do I change the server’s IP address? I am running a Windows 2008 R2 server w/multiple IP addresses. I want Octopus (and it’s built in RavenDB) to use 192.168.170.193.
Thanks for getting in touch! Using the Octopus Manager you can select “Change Bindings”.
Hope that helps!
Thanks for the reply and your error message. There is a second step, sorry about that.
You need to update the http.sys file to include your IP address.
But here I have to give a big fat warning: This will also change the IP addresses for anything using http.sys.
The instructions for what command to run and why can be found on the following blog post:
Let me know how that goes.
Thank you Vanessa. That worked. I also had to add a binding for the DNS
name in the Octopus Manager.
So in short.
I added the IP I wanted Octopus to listen on using the “netsh http add
iplisten ipaddress=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” command.
Then I removed the localhost binding and added a binding for the IP address
and one for the internal DNS name. (http://deploy.xxxx.com)