The URLs which the server should listen to.
- Scope: Server-wide only
Indicates the IP addresses or host addresses with ports and protocols that the server should listen on for requests. Use
0.0.0.0 to indicate that the server should listen for requests on any IP address or hostname using the specified port and protocol. The protocol (
https://) must be included with each URL.
Valid IP addresses can be localhost, domains, IPv4 or IPv6. Ports can be specified after the address using ':' as a separator, or if the default is being used: port 80 for http protocol, and port 443 for HTTPS protocol.
Safe By Default
Setting to a non loopback address using the HTTP protocol will expose the server to the network and requires security measurements (using HTTPS, certificates). When set, RavenDB will prevent a startup unless UnsecuredAccessAllowed is set to PublicNetwork manually.
- The server will listen to incoming requests in all the network devices available on the machine on the specific port
- The server will listen to loopback device only:
- Server using IPV6 loopback only address