Can't access Faraday Server remotely

Can't access Faraday Server remotely

In your Server machine, go to /home/faraday/.faraday/config/server.ini and check if you're listening only on the localhost. You should see something like this:

[faraday_server]
port=5985
bind_address=localhost

If your Clients are on different machines than the Server, then you'll need to change the bind_address to your private IP (or all your interfaces). For example:

bind_address=0.0.0.0



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