How to connect to AMP remotely

AMP has an internal web server that drives its web interface. So connecting to it remotely is just a matter of connecting to the appropriate host.

By default, AMP creates firewall rules to allow the main panel to be connected to. But if for any reason this didn’t work, you’ll need to add a firewall rule to allow the port AMP is running on. By default this is port 8080. You can check this by running ampinstmgr ports ADS01 as the user that AMP is running as (By default this is amp on Linux systems. Switch over using sudo su -l amp)

To access your web interface securely, see our documentation on setting up HTTPS for AMP: Setting up secure HTTP with AMP - Docs - CubeCoders Support

Home Hosting

If you’re running AMP at home, then how you connect depends on where you are trying to connect from - but in all cases you’ll need to know your servers IP internal IP address.

On Windows you can open a command prompt and run ipconfig, or use ip addr on Linux. Your internal IP address likely starts with either 192.168. or with 10.0.. For example,

If you’re on the same network as the server, you just need to open a browser and navigate to the servers IP address on the port AMP is running on. So if we used the example IP address above and assumed AMPs default port of 8080, then we can simply connect to in our browser.

If you’re connecting from outside your home network, you’ll need to use port forwarding on your router to forward the port AMP is running on to the servers internal IP address. Then you can navigate to your external IP on the same port. You can find out your external IP at

Dedicated Server / VPS

By default on Linux VPSs, the installation script will show you what address to connect to during installation. On Windows systems, the above section about connecting via your external IP applies.