I am running YouTrack 5.2 on a Windows 7 Workstation/Server. I have 5 other machines on the same network that I would like to be able to use to access the installation. I would also like to be able to access it from home as well. I set up the firewalls to allow incoming requests on a specific port, and left the base url in settings set to localhost:port.
With this configuration I can access YT on the machine itself with localhost:port, or from outside the local network, like from my home office with my external ip, i.e. 174.xxx.xx.xx:port. However, I cannot access it from any of the other PCs or Macs in studio that reside on the same local network, and any notifications sent from YT use the localhost:port url causing the machine that the notification is opened and clicked on to look internally for YT and obviously fail.
What is the best solution for a use case like ours?
I don't know if it hurts or helps the matter, but I also have a WAMP server installed on the same machine. We also have a reseller account with a webhost that we can use if it helps to set up a domain that points to YT as a way to access it both internally and externally. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I have scoured the net and the forums here but haven't been able to find a solution our requirements.