In order to run some of Digital Assistant's features (e.g. Chat bot integrations) your server must be publicly accessible. For testing purposes we recommend using ngrok as a tunnel for an easy way to make your web server accessible from the internet.
If your server can be reached with a public URL already, then this step will not be necessary.
Follow the steps below:
cmdprompt as an Administrator
ngrok.exe http 2014which will expose http://localhost:2014 to the internet and give you their address. For example:
Web Interface http://127.0.0.1:4040 Forwarding http://286dfa02.ngrok.io -> localhost:2014 Forwarding https://286dfa02.ngrok.io -> localhost:2014
Many integrations require the use of HTTPS. Therefore you should choose the latter URL for your integrations.
In the IIS Web Server under Bindings for localhost:2014 app set the ngrok url. In other adenin documentation this is also referred to as ServerPublicURL.
Go to Settings → Global and under Base URL enter the ServerPublicURL determined by ngrok.