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Hortonworks Sandbox Forum – Not working – works

  • #49474
    Ram Maganti

    What am I doing wrong?

    I have HDP 2.0

    Have 2 network adapters

    1. NAT
    2. Host only ( need proper submask and ower and upper bound data though for DHCP enabled)

    Thanks in advance for the help

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  • #49517

    Hi Ram,
    Port 8888 should take you to the general overview page of the sandbox. What is returned when you try that URL?
    When you say :8000 works, does it take you to the hue login?


    Ram Maganti

    The message says unable to access the port (404),but port 8000 works and I am able to access all the components . I guess I can look up the tutorial from their download site – coz everything else seems to be working fine..

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