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Clarification on the AEM Author Installation Status

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05-05-2020

I have installed AEM 6.5 Author in an RHEL 7 instance and it has started successfully. However, when I run the ./status script, it provides the below output:

 

09.04.2020 08:10:38.450 *INFO * [main] Setting sling.home=. (command line)
09.04.2020 08:10:38.458 *INFO * [main] Sent 'status' to /127.0.0.1:46738: OK

 

Can you please help me understand as to why the 'status' is being sent to 127.0.0.1 localhost rather than to the IP address of the RHEL instance? 

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@abn93 

127.0.0.1:4502 is a localhost address which is rendered by AEM every time you start your AEM instance.

If you replace 127.0.0.1:4502 with your system IP xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:4502 It will still work.

The purpose of using AEM on the RHEL 7 instance is to make availability/accessibility of the AEM server throughout the entire organization for authoring/publishing the AEM content.

So whenever you want to share AEM instance to any other end-user within a organization just use your RHEL IP address to make it accessible.