Thanks for the reply Martin.

I tried it that way too but it did not work.
Both with FQDN and IP.
Could you send me a screen with the correct configuration to compare with 

Thank you.

Em quarta-feira, 18 de outubro de 2017 13:04:33 UTC-2, Martin Edenhofer 
> Hi Guilherme,
> with nginx you need to configure a ip or fqdn as server_name (without http 
> prefix). So just replace it with the ip or fqdn which you use in your 
> browser. 
>  -Martin
> Am Mittwoch, 18. Oktober 2017 16:55:19 UTC+2 schrieb Guilherme Corrêa:
>> Hello guys,
>> How do I configure access to Zammad from other hosts?
>> I want to access it INTERNALLY at for example 
>> or via an internal ip.
>> The system will not have public access
>> Listing this address in the zammad.conf file does not work. I can only 
>> access it from the local host.
>> What can I be doing wrong?
>> Ps: This address I'm trying to access does not have any DNS configuration.
>> My zammad.config looks like this:
>> <>

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