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#1 March 25, 2008 20:30:43

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Can the django admin site be exposed to the outside?


Just learning, but I have the admin site running. I wanted to know if
I can get to the admin site from another computer instead of only
localhost. Thanks.
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#2 March 25, 2008 21:04:31

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Can the django admin site be exposed to the outside?


As long as your webserver is exposed to the outside world sure, if you
are using the dev server(which it sounds like you are), instead of
binding to localhost, bind the server to your remote(or local ip), or
you can bind it to 0.0.0.0 to have it accept requests at any address
it is accesible from.

On Mar 25, 2:30 pm, jmDesktop <> wrote:
> Just learning, but I have the admin site running. I wanted to know if
> I can get to the admin site from another computer instead of only
> localhost. Thanks.
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#3 March 25, 2008 21:31:50

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On Mar 25, 3:52 pm, "" <>
wrote:
> As long as your webserver is exposed to the outside world sure, if you
> are using the dev server(which it sounds like you are), instead of
> binding to localhost, bind the server to your remote(or local ip), or
> you can bind it to 0.0.0.0 to have it accept requests at any address
> it is accesible from.

If you are indeed using the dev server, please be sure to read the
warning here:http://www.djangoproject.com/documentation/django-admin/#runserver-optional-port-number-or-ipaddr-portIn particular: "DO NOT USE THIS SERVER IN A PRODUCTION SETTING."

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