If you are accessing the backend from another computer in the network, you need to configure the Network Node with the appropriate IP Address.

When you create a trading farm set up by which you intend to access the backend services running on a machine from a remote computer in the network, you must configure the Network Node in the remote computer to use the IP Address of the machine where the backend services are running.

Configuring the Network Node

Select Configure on the menu to access the configuration.

{ 
"host": "localhost", 
"webPort": "34248", 
"webSocketsPort": "18041"
}
  • host is the machine or hardware represented by the network node. The default parameter is localhost, but if you intend to access the backend services of this node from a remote computer, then you must change localhost for the IP Address of the machine on which the node is running, for example, to 147.0.0.1.

  • webPort is the port used by the Web Server, at this stage 34248.

  • webSocketsPort is the port used by the system to communicate over the local area network, by default set at 18041.