Hi Jochen
here you go 192.168.0.1 is the internal IP, and has a elastic IP binded for 
internet access.

*rest_listen_uri* = http://192.168.0.1:9000/api/

#*rest_transport_uri* = http://192.168.0.1::9000

*web_listen_uri* = http://192.168.0.1::9000

# *web_endpoint_uri* = http://192.168.0.1::9000/api/

Thanks

Owen

On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 3:10:47 PM UTC+8, owen....@cpworks.net 
wrote:
>
> Current Behavior
>
> After setting up new Garylog server following instructions in following 
> URL, problem connecting to the web server. It is a single instance setup, 
> with everying in 1 single centos cloud VM.
> http://docs.graylog.org/en/2.1/pages/installation/os/centos.html
>
> Error message
> Bad request
> Original Request
> GET http://xxxxxxxx:9000/api/system/sessions
> Status code
> undefined
> Full error message
> Error: Request has been terminated Possible causes: the network is 
> offline, Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin, the page is 
> being unloaded, etc.
>
> when typing http://xxxxxxxx:9000/api/system/cluster/node#, something can 
> be display out
>
>
> {"cluster_id":"a1a5e3ab-d704-44fc-a445-5de53966534d","node_id":"60c87211-8541-4d63-96ed-be84fc021c11","type":"server","transport_address":"
> http://xxxxxxx:9000/api/
> ","last_seen":"2016-09-19T04:54:19.000Z","short_node_id":"60b87210","hostname":"xxxxxxxxxx","is_master":true}
> Your Environment
>    
>    - Graylog Version: 2.1
>    - Elasticsearch Version: 2.4
>    - MongoDB Version: 3.2
>    - Operating System: CentOS 7
>    - Browser version: Chrome
>
>

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