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Hello Team,

I have newly installed Opencats ATS login as admin in Ubuntu system and now I m trying to access it from another system via http://localhost/opencats/index.php?m=contacts, I m not able to access. Please advice me can I install opencats in one system and accessit from any other system either Windows or Ubuntu but connected to the same network.

Thanks in advance!

Thanks & Regards,
Md Farrukh Shek
Assuming you're talking about a normal network inside a router, you should be able to access it with the ip address of the host machine (replace localhost in the address with the ip address).

I think that will work.

If you have any complicated network settings or security...I'm not sure.

Try it, let us know whether it works.
Unfortunately it didn't work.
Or do I need to change the configuration in Mariadb i.e.

CREATE USER 'opencats'@'localhost‘ IDENTIFIED BY ‘databasepassword’; instead I can use CREATE USER 'farrukh'@'‘ IDENTIFIED BY ‘password’;

Please do advice.

Thanks & Regards,
Md Farrukh Shek
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