I'm not sure what all this IP talk is about either. The machine itself will have an IP associated with it, of course, but the orbiters are independent of that, are they not? After you have entered the orbiter URL, and logged in, you can choose any web orbiter you have created.
I'm confused, too. I don't know why the Web Orbiter would get an IP. I was scratching my head about that one.
So, I've recreated the Web Orbiter. The IPs that were being added aren't now. I think I know what may have triggered the weird behaviour before, but it's just speculation on my part, so I'll leave it out of this thread for now.
I browsed to the web orbiter's URL which in my case is http://core/linuxmce-admin/weborbiter.php
, logged in, and selected the only Web Orbiter I have so far in my system. Once again, my screen is blank except for some buttons (Home, Back, Refresh, Exit, Logout). Also, /var/log/pluto/0_web_orbiter.log has this, over and over again:
Attempting to create socket on host 192.168.80.1 port 3461 ... OK.
Reason: (111) Connection refused
Closing socket ... OK.
I'm going to guess a service that should be running isn't. Or, something else is broken.
BTW, I'm not randomly changing things or doing anything else odd. I'm following the wiki articles for the few things I've tried to do so far.