Everything works in the same domain, however, I’m trying to have the Octopus server in a different domain but the push fails. I’m not sure what do I need to know to make this work. I have tried with and without specifying the port 10933 (just with the IP address). It is possible that the port is not open for incoming connections but will it even work without certificates even if the port was open?
I suspect I will get a strong push back if I ask our networking team to open port 80…
Is it expecting to make a PUT request over port 80?
How do you normally solve this kind of issues?
I’m on Octopus 3.12.6
OctoPack: Successfully created package 'xxx.xxx.2017.05.09.2.nupkg'. OctoPack: Copy file: xxx.xxx.2017.05.09.2.nupkg OctoPack: OctoPack successful Publish to repository: http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:10933/nuget/packages?replace=true "xxx\nuget.exe" push "xxx.xxx.2017.05.09.2.nupkg" API-MYOCTOPUSAPIKEY -Source http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:10933/nuget/packages?replace=true NuGet Version: 22.214.171.124733 (Custom build for OctoPack. See http://g.octopushq.com/VersioningInOctopusDeploy) Pushing xxx.xxx.2017.05.09.2.nupkg to 'http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:10933/nuget/packages?replace=true'... PUT http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:10933/nuget/packages?replace=true/ An error was encountered when fetching 'PUT http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:10933/nuget/packages?replace=true/'. An error occurred while sending the request. Unable to connect to the remote server A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond xx.xxx.xx.xxx:10933